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September 25, 2007

Lethal injection readings (thanks in part to my students)

I have done so many blog posts about lethal injection protocols and litigation, I am not sure exactly how best to put together an abridged list of readings for anyone now eager for additional reading in light of the cert grant in Baze (details here).  Helpfully, when I taught my death penalty course this past spring, my students assembled some great readings on the topic for their class presentations.  Here are links to their reading lists:

In addition, nobody can claim to be informed on these topics without being familiar with the work of Professor Deborah Denno.  Here are links to some of her writings I've previously highlighted in this blog:

Finally, I cannot help but plug my own article on lethal injection developments entitled "Finding Bickel Gold in a Hill of Beans," in which I urged Congress and state legislators to do more to clean up the lethal injection mess.

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