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  • Frank Baumgartner, Marty Davidson, Kaneesha Johnson, Arvind Krishnamurthy, and Colin Wilson, Deadly Justice—A Statistical Portrait of the Death Penalty (Oxford Univ. Press, 2017).
  • Brandon Garret, End of Its Rope—How Killing the Death Penalty Can Revive Criminal Justice (Harvard Univ. Press 2017).
  • J. Donohue, An Empirical Evaluation of the Connecticut Death Penalty System Since 1973: Are There Unlawful Racial, Gender, and Geographic Disparities?, 11 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (Dec. 2014).
  • Frank R. Baumgartner, The Geography of the Death Penalty (Univ. of North Carolina, Oct. 17, 2010) - U.S. executions since 1976 by county
  • John Blume, Theodore Eisenberg, and Martin T. Wells, Explaining Death Row’s Population and Racial Composition, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1, 165-207, March 2004.
  • Samuel R. Gross, Still Unfair, Still Arbitrary - But Do We Care?, Keynote Address, 26 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 517 (2000).
  • Ben Steiner, Still Arbitrary: Capital Sentencing in the Post-Furman Era, 10 Crim. Just. Pol’y Rev. 85 (1999).
  • Michael Burkhead & James Luginbuhl, Sources of Bias and Arbitrariness In The Capital Trial, 50 J. Soc. Issues 103 (1994).
  • Vivian Berger, Black Box Decisions On Life Or Death - If They’re Arbitrary, Don’t Blame The Jury: A Reply To Judge Patrick Higginbotham, 41 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 1067 (1991).
  • Ronald J. Tabak, The Death of Fairness: The Arbitrary and Capricious Imposition of The Death Penalty In The 1980s, 14 Rev. of L. & Soc. Change 797 (1986).
  • David Baldus, et al., Arbitrariness And Discrimination In The Administration Of The Death Penalty: A Challenge To State Supreme Courts, 15 Stetson L. Rev. 133 (1986).