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Arizona Should End Death Penalty

AR-NVeditorial Arizona Republic

July 28, 2002

Arizona should end death penalty

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Supreme Court Intervenes in Death Penalty Cases

Supreme Court Intervenes in Death Penalty Cases

Editorial, Miami Herald, editorial
Feb. 7, 2002

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For 110 Inmates Freed by DNA Tests, True Freedom Remains Elusive

AP-CohenDNA.html THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

May 28, 2002, Tuesday, BC cycle

For 110 inmates freed by DNA tests, true freedom remains elusive

By SHARON COHEN, DEBORAH HASTINGS, AP National Writers

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Homicide Studies

Blackman, Paul H.: "A critique of the epidemiologic study of firearms and homicide"; 1 Homicide Studies 169 (1997)

Jamieson, Katherine M. and Zahn, Margaret A.: "Changing patterns of homicide and social policy"; 1 Homicide Studies 190 (1997)

Lattimore, Pamela K. et al.: "Homicide trends in eight U.S. cities: project overview and design"; 1 Homicide Studies 84 (1997)

Martinez Jr., Ramiro: "Homicide among Miami's ethnic groups: Anglos, Blacks, and Latinos in the 1990s"; 1 Homicide Studies 17 (1997)

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Through Thick and Thin: On Death Row, Two Men Defied Odds With Friendship and Hope

Through Thick and Thin ABC NEWS.com

August 19, 2000

Through Thick and Thin

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Bibliography of Recent Articles and Programs on the Death Penalty

Bibliography of Recent Articles and Programs on the DP
Dialogue on the Death Penalty Project

Compiled by Professor James Liebman, Columbia University School of Law

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States With No Death Penalty Share Lower Homicide Rates

States With No Death Penalty Share Lower Homicide Rates NEW YORK TIMES

September 22, 2000

States With No Death Penalty Share Lower Homicide Rates

By RAYMOND BONNER and FORD FESSENDEN

The dozen states that have chosen not to enact the death penalty since the Supreme Court ruled in 1976 that it was constitutionally permissible have not had higher homicide rates than states with the death penalty, government statistics and a new survey by The New York Times show.

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