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January 11, 2007

Recent DP deterrence debate in the legal academcy

Over at my new course blog, Death Penalty Course @ Moritz College of Law, I have followed-up a class discussion of the law professor debates over new deterrence evidence with this post linking to a number of the leading articles.  My list is necessarily abridged, but likely still provides a good primer for anyone interested in recent law review writing about deterrence and the death penalty.

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How can the death penalty be a deterrent when 3-Strikes laws increase the homicide rate?

The API article: Study: 3-strikes laws increase homicides.

Posted by: George | Jan 11, 2007 7:08:52 PM

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