Most Deserving of Death? An Analysis of the Supreme Court’s Death Penalty Jurisprudence
The book looks at issues such as jury selection, ineffective assistance of counsel, innocence, and race, and how these issues reflect on who is sentenced to death. Prof. Williams concludes that that application of the death penalty is inconsistent and incoherent, partly because of the Supreme Court’s jurisprudence, and this leads to a lack of public confidence in the system.
- Document type Book
- Countries list United States
- Themes list Due Process , Fair Trial, Capital offences,