When Gov. Tom Wolf began his first term four years ago, one of the first executive orders he signed was one placing a moratorium on the use of the death penalty in Pennsylvania. That order does not prevent the state’s 67 county district attorneys from pursuing the death penalty during murder prosecutions. In 2018, the Joint State Government Commission issued a report on the death penalty in Pennsylvania, which prompted litigation before the PA Supreme Court that could discontinue the use of the death sentence in Pennsylvania. To discuss the future of the death penalty are: Michael Wiseman, a criminal defense attorney and partner with Wiseman and Schwartz; and Berks County District Attorney John Adams.