Two Brunswick County death row inmates file appeals under Racial Justice Act

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By Caroline Curran, Reporter

Two death row inmates convicted of first-degree murder in Brunswick County have filed appeals under the Racial Justice Act.

District attorney Rex Gore said both death row inmates, Darrell Maness and Daniel Cummings, have filed their appeals with the Brunswick County Clerk of Court, seeking relief from the death penalty under the Racial Justice Act.

Cummings, a Native-American man, was convicted of killing a white man in December 1994.

Maness, a white man, was convicted of killing a white police officer, Mitch Prince, in April 2006.

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