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November 15, 2004

The AG and the death penalty

Professor Mark Godsey over at CrimProf Blog posts here about AG nominee Alberto Gonzales' clemency memos (which I previously discussed here).  Also, last week, Phillip Carter wrote on this issue for Slate here and the occasional newspaper article noted the issue as evidenced here.

Meanwhile, over at ACSBlog, Josh Kobrin has this thoughtful post about out-going AG John Ashcroft's record on the death penalty.

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