Murder Most Foul: The Death Penalty and the DisadvantagedJournal of Law and Poverty (2010)
AbstractThe paper explores how the death penalty is intrinsically unfair in the way it is administered, as it provides ample scope for judges and juries to enforce their own biases and prejudices, racial or otherwise.
- Death penalty,
Citation InformationAbdaal M Akhtar. "Murder Most Foul: The Death Penalty and the Disadvantaged" Journal of Law and Poverty (2010)
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