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Executing the Factually Innocent: The U.S. Constitution, Habeas Corpus, and the Death Penalty: Facing the Embarrassing Question At Last
Stanford Journal of Civils Rights & Civil Liberties (2005)
  • Charles I. Lugosi, Lincoln Memorial University - Duncan School of Law
Keywords
  • factually innocent person,
  • death penalty,
  • habeas corpus
Publication Date
August, 2005
Citation Information
Charles I. Lugosi. "Executing the Factually Innocent: The U.S. Constitution, Habeas Corpus, and the Death Penalty: Facing the Embarrassing Question At Last" Stanford Journal of Civils Rights & Civil Liberties Vol. 1 Iss. 2 (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/charles_lugosi/7/