Reports

NEW DPIC REPORT EXAMINES DEATH PENALTY FROM JURORS' PERSPECTIVES

NEW DPIC REPORT
EXAMINES DEATH PENALTY FROM JURORS' PERSPECTIVES

Highlights from DPIC's New Innocence Report

HIGHLIGHTS FROM  DPIC's NEW  INNOCENCE REPORT

DPIC recently released  its latest report entitled "Innocence and the Crisis in the American Death Penalty."  The report is available from this Web site, or printed copies may be purchased by emailing DPIC.

Some highlights from the report include:

    Innocence and the Crisis in the American Death Penalty


    ( Click on the cover to read the report )



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    Executive Summary: Innocence and the Crisis in the American Death Penalty



    INNOCENCE AND THE CRISIS IN THE AMERICAN DEATH PENALTY

    Executive Summary


         This report catalogs the emergence of innocence as the most important issue in the long-simmering death penalty debate.  The sheer number of cases and the pervasive awareness of this trend in the public’s consciousness have changed the way capital punishment is perceived around the country.  The steady evolution
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    DPIC Releases 2003 Year End Report

    DPIC RELEASES 2003 YEAR END REPORT
    "DPIC's 2003 Year End Report reveals a decline in critical death penalty numbers: fewer death sentences, fewer executions, a smaller death row, and a decline in public support. The report also highlights the high number of exonerations from death row this year and the emergence of new voices challenging the death penalty. Read the report (in PDF format)."

    Justice on the Cheap: The Philadelphia Story

    by Michael Kroll former Executive Director, Death Penalty Information Center May 1992

     

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    On the Front Line: Law Enforcement Views on the Death Penalty

    by Richard C. Dieter, Esq. Executive Director, Death Penalty Information Center February 1995

     
     

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