Several New, Excellent Law Review Articles on Death Penalty Issues Available Online For Your Consideration

One of the great things about the internet is its ability to educate and inform, and here's yet another example of that:  several excellent articles discussing aspects of the death penalty, and specifically, death penalty defense, have appeared this month.

All, available for free, online.  Please consider reading the following:


Defendant remorse, need for affect, and juror sentencing decisions
 

by Emily P. Corwin, BA, Robert J. Cramer, PhD, Desiree A. Griffin, PhD and Stanley L. Brodsky, PhD

Journal of the American Academy of  Psychiatry and the Law Online, 2012
 

Landmarks, Portents, or Just Curves in the Road?
 

by Carol Nackenoff

Tulsa L. Rev., 2011

But He Knew It Was Wrong: Evaluating Adolescent Culpability
 

by Peter Ash, M.D.

Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online 2012
 

An Alternative to Death-Qualification: The Nonunanimous Penalty Jury
 

by John Tucker

Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository 2012
 

Commentary: Pursuing Justice in Death Penalty Trials


by Clarence Watson, JD, MD, Spencer Eth, MD and Gregory B. Leong, MD
 

Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online 2012
 

Burden of Proof in Establishing Mental Retardation in Capital Cases
 

by Alexander Westphal MD and Madelon Baranoski, PhD
 

Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online  2012

 

 

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