Southern justice

Boulard, Garry
March 1995
Advocate;3/21/95, Issue 677, p22
Discusses the implications of the homosexual-panic defense used by Marvin McClendon on his trial for shooting two gay men in October 1994. Change in the effectiveness of the strategy; Use of homophobia as a viable option to attorneys; Potency of antigay rhetoric in a murder case.


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