The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment: Judging Death

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This volume explores how Supreme Court rulings over history have shaped and reshaped the rules under which Americans have been tried, convicted, sentenced and put to death for capital offenses.Through judicial decisions and other primary documents, this reference examines the impact of these rulings upon the behavior of legislators, judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys and defendants. Considerable emphasis is placed upon the twentieth century, especially the period since the 1972 Furman v. Georgia case. Since Furman, few ...

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