jump to search box

Symposium : the death penalty and the question of actual innocence.

Availability

At the Library

Other libraries

Language:
English.
Publication date:
2006
Copyright date:
2006
Publication:
Tulsa, Oklahoma : University of Tulsa College of Law, [2006]
Copyright notice:
©2006
Format:
  • Book
  • vi, pages 205-494 ; 26 cm
Title Variation:
Death penalty and the question of actual innocence
Note:
Cover title. Special issue of Tulsa law review, volume 42, number 2 (winter 2006).
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Symposium foreword / Lyn Entzeroth
  • Dead wrong in Oklahoma / Randall Coyne
  • Why it is so difficult to prove innocence in capital cases / Kenneth Williams
  • The meaninglessness of delayed appointments and discretionary grants of capital postconviction counsel / Celestine Richards McConville
  • Is it constitutional to execute someone who is innocent (and if it isn't, how can it be stopped following House v. Bell)? / David R. Dow, Jared Tyler, Frances Bourliot, Jennifer Jeans
  • Dead innocent : the death penalty abolitionist search for a wrongful execution / Jeffrey L. Kirchmeier
  • Innocent of a capital crime : parallels between innocence of a crime and innocence of the death penalty / Ellen Kreitzberg, Linda Carter.
Contributor:
University of Tulsa. College of Law.
Related Work:
Tulsa law review.
Subjects:

powered by Blacklight
© Stanford University. Stanford, California 94305. (650) 725-1064. Terms of Use | Copyright Complaints | Opt Out of Analytics
jump to top