The first part, consisting of five chapters, talks about the mandatory death penalty, mitigating evidence and racial bias. The next part covers death-eligible crimes, such as rape and other crimes that do not involve homicide and murder. The middle part presents the trial process, from choosing the appropriate decision-makers through the sentencing decision. Followed by this is a chapter focusing on the aftermath of conviction, such as claims of innocence. The book concludes by exploring issues related to execution, such as not executing insane convicts. Finally, execution methods are presented.
* Provides the most recent case material – no need to supplement. * Topical organization of cases provides a more logical organization for structuring a course. * Co-authors with different perspectives on the death penalty assures complete impartiality of the material. * Provides the necessary historical background, a clear explanation of the current capital case process, and an impartial description of the controversies surrounding the death penalty * Provides the latest statistics relevant to discussions on the death penalty. * Clearly explains the different ways in which the states process death penalty cases, with excerpts of the most relevant statutes.
Read alsoHow to Stop Hair Loss and Regrow it Naturally Without Compromising on Safety
Have you seen much of your hair in the sink of late? If you begin to notice your hair coming out more often or in large amounts, then you may have already assumed the bad news. It may be an indication of pattern baldness, alopecia or follicle damage. Or perhaps it could be caused by malnutrition or chronic inflammation. Regardless the cause, no…