A REPLY TO PROFESSOR MANDERY
- IN DEFENSE OF SPECIFIC PROPORTIONALITY REVIEW. Mandery, Evan J. // Albany Law Review;2002, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p883
Discusses the concept of specific proportionality review and its application in death penalty cases in the U.S. Difference between specific and comparative proportionality reviews; Definitions of inherent and comparative proportionality reviews; Kinds of frequency analysis used by the New...
- The death penalty on trial. Clarke, Kevin // U.S. Catholic;Oct2000, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p27
Presents information on the public hearing regarding capital punishment held in Illinois in August 2000. Organizations which took part in the hearing; Inconsistency of the Supreme Court in applying the death penalty since its reinstatement in 1972.
- Justice gone awry. Armstrong, Ken; Mills, Steve // IRE Journal;May/Jun2000, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p8
Focuses on a research which showed that capital punishment in Illinois is a system riddled with faulty evidence and legal incompetence that justice has been forsaken. INSET: RUNNING THE TRAPS.
- BALANCING FAIRNESS & FINALITY: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF THE TEXAS DEATH PENALTY. Goldberg, Guy; Bunn, Gena // Texas Review of Law & Politics;Fall2000, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p49
Evaluates the death penalty in Texas. History of death penalty; Methodology of a Texas execution; Criticisms of the courts and the appeals process; Criticisms of the lawyers and evidence; Criticisms of the juries.
- KesinleÅŸmiÅŸ Ã–lÃ¶m Cezalarinin Infazina TBMM'nce Karar Verme. Derdiman, R. Cengiz // Journal of Academic Studies;Feb-Apr2002, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p99
Discusses the execution of death penalty sentence in Turkey. Excerpt from the 87th article of the Turkish constitution; Provision on conditional release in the article; Background on the political responsibility of the National Assembly of Turkey on the issue.
- The Death Penalty: Murder or Justice? Braucht, Erin // 21st Century;Jun1999, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p15
The author discusses his stand on the death penalty issue. He believes that the legal system in the U.S. tend to focus on the criminal's right and disregard the suffering of the victim. He thinks that a rehabilitation program would not work for a person who has committed crimes such as rape. He...
- Radley Balko on Why Americans Support the Death Penalty. Root, Damon W. // Hit & Run;9/25/2011, p45
The article discusses why Americans support the death penalty despite evidence that the criminal justice system in the U.S. is allegedly prone to error.
- Internal Perspectives on Chinese Human Rights Reform: The Death Penalty in the PRC. Monthy, Jeremy T. // Texas International Law Journal;Winter98, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p189
Discusses China's social or Confucian reliance on executions as public and moral forms of justice. Arbitrariness and politicization of the judicial process leading up to the execution; Examination of what is being said about the death penalty in the international arena; Ways in which the...
- MORAL APPROPRIATENESS, CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, AND THE LOCKETT DOCTRINE. Bilionis, Louis D. // Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology;Summer1991, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p283
This article examines the role of the Lockett doctrine in the U.S. Supreme Court's eighth amendment in capital punishment jurisprudence. The Lockett doctrine endures for two principal reasons. First, it serves the most fundamentally humane of purposes. Execution, the harshest punishment...