The Journal Star newspaper in Lincoln, NE published an
What do false confessions, eyewitness misidentification, untested DNA evidence, and mistaken expert testimony have in common?
Retired Superior Court Judge Norman Barron of Delaware – called the “hanging judge” because of how frequently he handed down death sentences – recently joined the many voices already speaking
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law recently released two studies on the state of capital punishment in Colorado.
Kirk Bloodsworth, the first person to be freed by DNA evidence after having been sentenced to death, appeared on the Read more
In last month’s Sojourner’s Magazine Jim Wallis, spiritual advisor to Barack Obama,
A new poll in Maryland shows that your politics don’t matter when it comes to the death penalty. A majority of citizens from both the left and right can come together to get behind repeal!
Maryland citizens converged on the Maryland state capitol last week to ask lawmakers to end the death penalty.
Only nine states carried out executions this year, which is the fewest number of states to do so in 20 years, according to a new
A North Carolina judge recently ruled that race played a significant role in the death sentences for Tilmon Golphin, Christina Walters and Quintel Augustine.
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