A blog produced by the Oregon Justice Resource Center discussing the death penalty (capital punishment) in Oregon and in the Ninth Circuit.
The Impact of Implicit Racial Bias on the Exercise of Prosecutorial Discretion Seattle University Law Review, Vol. 35, No. 795, 2012 Robert J. Smith University of North Carolina School of Law; … Continue reading
From the Statesmen Journal Death penalty foes set film, speaker A film and a former superintendent of the Oregon State Penitentiary will be presented by a group opposed to Oregon’s death … Continue reading
From the ACLU The U.S. Death Penalty — An International Human Rights Wrong? As we mark the 25th anniversary of McCleskey v. Kemp, international concern is growing over the crippling inadequacies of the … Continue reading
From the ACLU A Shameful Race-Based System of “Justice” It took Florida authorities nearly six weeks to arrest George Zimmerman and charge him with second-degree murder of Trayvon Martin, a delay that … Continue reading