- Pubblicato Sabato, 10 Settembre 2011 08: :25
Houston chronicle September 8, 2011
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's top judge on Thursday announced a committee will review the state's death penalty law and determine if changes should be made, but with an important caveat: It won't debate whether Ohio should have capital punishment.
- Pubblicato Mercoledì, 07 Settembre 2011 05: :50
Los Angeles Times September 5, 2011
Long abandoned by many states, the practice is a last resort for California authorities struggling to thwart gang activity and extract information from the most hardened members. Critics say it amounts to torture.
- Pubblicato Lunedì, 05 Settembre 2011 08: :40
The Birmingham News The Birmingham News September 04, 2011
The American Bar Association, in a newly adopted policy, is urging states to set rules for judges to step down from cases involving campaign contributors, a sign of growing national anxiety over the influence of political money in the judicial system.
"It does raise it to the national level and starts the debates in the state legislatures, but more importantly it's on the radar of the chief justices of every state," said Tommy Wells, a Birmingham lawyer and former president of the ABA.
- Pubblicato Domenica, 04 Settembre 2011 03: :14
Colbert, Douglas L.,
Prosecution Without Representation (April 1, 2011). Buffalo Law Review Vol. 59, p. 333, April 2011; U of Maryland Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2011-40.
Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1914520