EJUSA welcomes Lisa Good to our board to help develop our new work advocating for better services for crime survivors.
The much-anticipated documentary, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory, is set to premiere on HBO on January 12th.
The death penalty had a tough year in 2011 - new death sentences and executions are at 40 year lows, public support for the death penalty has plummeted from its peak less than two decades ago,
In the final weeks of 2011 California’s Chief Supreme Court Justice called on the state to reexamine
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Paul F.
Ben Jealous, president of the NAACP, joined legislators and community leaders yesterday in calling for an end to the death penalty in Maryland.
Following a historic clemency recommendation by the Delaware Board of Pardons, Delaw
Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory, which exploded into the public’s consciousness just a few short weeks ago, has been
Maryland lawmakers are working on introducing a bill that would not only repeal the death penalty in the state, but would also use money saved to fund victims’ assistance programs for those who have
The drama that played out in West Memphis, Arkansas over that past two decades is now playing out on the silver screen.
January 23rd marked the date of the nation’s 140th death row exoneration.
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