Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty (CCATDP) put together the top five reasons why they want to see an
For years I watched the headlines swerve wildly.
I’ve been in corrections for over four decades, working at every level of the system.
A new report - by one of the most important academic institutions in America - concludes that the
Members of California’s law enforcement community have been filling pages of newsprint to talk about the death penalty.
A couple of weeks ago EJUSA co-sponsored an event at the National Press Club bringing together members of law enforcement from Europe and the U.S. to talk about the death penalty.
One in 100 Americans is in prison in the U.S.
The Melanie Ilene Rieger Memorial Conference Against Violence is (as far as I know) the only conference that is led and run completely by victims of violence.
"There may be other reasons to support the death penalty, but the belief that it deters murder should not be one of them," said Tomislav Kovandzic a University of Texas (UT) criminologist who testifie
Around 1,000 murders go unsolved every year, cites a new report by the California Crime Victims for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (CCV).
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