I bet she felt like she was wasting her time

Judge Martin has upheld the death penalty in Georgia.

A federal judge in Atlanta on Wednesday rejected arguments that Georgia’s method of execution by lethal injection is unconstitutional.

Ruling from the bench after 90 minutes of arguments, U.S. District Court Judge Beverly Martin found Georgia’s procedures similar enough to Kentucky’s, which were upheld last month by the U.S. Supreme Court.

I could have told you that was going to happen, especially in light of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling.