Capital Punishment and the Judicial Process
Capital Punishment and the Judicial Process provides comprehensive coverage of a number of issues, including the philosophical debate over the death penalty, constitutional challenges to the death penalty, the modern death penalty scheme, jury selection, capital sentencing, ineffective assistance of counsel, state appeals and post-conviction, federal habeas corpus, federal death penalty, and international law. The materials are kept up to date through annual supplements and letter updates.
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The Great Debate Over Capital Punishment
E The Debate Over Deterrence and Retribution
Eighth Amendment Prohibition Against Cruel and Unusual
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