Earlier this month EJUSA’s national organizer Cherrell joined friends from the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, and Murder Victims
All the staff at EJUSA were shocked and saddened by the horrible shooting that took place in Aurora, Colorado.
State Senator Mike Johnston from Denver puts acts of violence in perspective in his response to the Colorado shooting, which he wr
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Hours ago Governor Christie signed into law enhancements to the "Crime Victims' Bill of Rights." The legislation signed today will ensure:
Carlos Moreno upheld more than 200 death sentences as a California Supreme Court Justice but now he supports Prop 34 - the ballot meatusre that would end the death penalty.
Jonathan T. Patterson's trial last April cost Ohio's Stark county $75,500. There were no drawn-out deliberations or extensive security measures. Patterson didn't even get a death sentence in the end.
Come to the NYC preview of The Final Gift, a new documentary chronicling Therese Bartholomew's journey to make peace with the violent death of her younger brother, Steve...
"I have no qualms with the death penalty in theory. I do, however, object to the way it is carried out in practice," says Gil Carcetti.
The SAFE California Act will put repeal on the California ballot for the first time in decades.
Tell all your friends to vote yes and take the pledge:
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