The Rhetoric of Abolition: Continuity and Change in the Struggle Against America’s Death Penalty, 1900-2010

The Rhetoric of Abolition: Continuity and Change in the Struggle Against America's Death Penalty, 1900-2010 This article seeks to understand when, how, and where the framing of arguments against capital…
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What Happens After the Right to Counsel Ends? Using Technology to Assist Petitioners in State Post-Conviction Petitions and Federal Habeas Review

What Happens After the Right to Counsel Ends? Using Technology to Assist Petitioners in State Post-Conviction Petitions and Federal Habeas Review Read the syndicated article here
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A Right to Know How You’ll Die: A First Amendment Challenge to State Secrecy Statutes Regarding Lethal Injection Drugs

A Right to Know How You'll Die: A First Amendment Challenge to State Secrecy Statutes Regarding Lethal Injection Drugs In the years since 2008, when the Supreme Court upheld the…
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Revisiting the Public Safety Exception to Miranda for Suspected Terrorists: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and the Bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon

Revisiting the Public Safety Exception to Miranda for Suspected Terrorists: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and the Bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon This Comment examines the application of the public safety exception…
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Let Them Frye: Frye Hearings for Determination of “Mental Disorders” in the Sexually Violent Persons Act

Let Them Frye: Frye Hearings for Determination of "Mental Disorders" in the Sexually Violent Persons Act Specific laws aimed at the confinement of mentally disabled sexually violent persons have existed…
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