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Capital Cases Michael Ogul August/September 2000 42 Dealing with Victim Impact Evidence [Part 2] Editor's Note: This is the second installment of Michael Ogul's article on victim impact evidence in capital cases. Part 1 is in the June 2000 issue of The Champion No Victim Impact Testimony Sho

By Michael Ogul in August/September 2000
Category: The Champion Magazine
Capital Cases

Capital Cases John H. Blume, Pamela Blume Leonard November 2000 63 Principles of Developing and Presenting Mental Health Evidence in Criminal Cases Mentally disordered clients can be challenging, their crimes bizarre, their lives tragic and their illnesses difficult to convey. To address mental h

By John H. Blume, Pamela Blume Leonard in November 2000
Category: The Champion Magazine
Capital Cases

Capital Cases Richard S. Jaffe January/February 2001 35   Ten Principles for Individualized Voir Dire on the Death Penalty Mrs. Hunter was called to serve for jury duty, but asked to be excused because she didn't believe in capital punishment and didn't want her personal thoughts to prevent the

By Richard S. Jaffe in January/February 2001
Category: The Champion Magazine
Cross-Examination in Capital Cases

Cross-Examination in Capital Cases Stephen P. Lindsay March 2001 24 “Cross-examination” is a pond chock full of hungry alligators. The object is to get from one side of the pond to the other. The task is to wade in carefully. Don't tick off the alligators until you get very close to the other side.

By Stephen P. Lindsay in March 2001
Category: The Champion Magazine
Capital Cases

Capital Cases Wanda D. Foglia, Nathan M. Schenker July 2001 26 Arbitrary and Capricious After All These Years: Constitutional Problems With Capital Jurors' Decision Making These days the public is starting to have doubts about the death penalty. It is no longer just defense attorneys who suspect

By Wanda D. Foglia, Nathan M. Schenker in July 2001
Category: The Champion Magazine
Capital Cases

Capital Cases John H. Blume, Pamela Blume Leonard May 2002 58 Authors' Note: This article is meant to supplement two previous articles, The Elements of a Competent and Reliable Mental Health Examination, 1 which describes the process for acquiring an accurate assessment of a client's mental condi

By John H. Blume, Pamela Blume Leonard in May 2002
Category: The Champion Magazine
CAPITAL CASES
CAPITAL CASES
By David A. Brener in June 2010
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Capital Cases Dimensions of Mitigation

Capital Cases-- Dimensions of Mitigation Russell Stetler, Kathleen Wayland

By Russell Stetler, Kathleen Wayland in June 2004
Category: The Champion Magazine
CAPITAL CASES: The Beginning of the End For Capital Punishment

CAPITAL CASES: The Beginning of the End For Capital Punishment Diann Rust-Tierney April 2011 55 The shift of the debate around capital punishment is palpable. I have the sensation of watching a wrecking ball hitting a building at precisely the right angle and spot. At first, one wonders what

By Diann Rust-Tierney in April 2011
Category: The Champion Magazine
Death Watch

Death Watch NACDL Staff August/September 2000 12 First Annual Clarence Darrow Death Penalty College NACDL helped co-sponsor the first annual Clarence Darrow Death Penalty College at the University of Michigan in May. Skillfully organized by Professor Andrea Lyon, the six-day college included inte

By NACDL Staff in August/September 2000
Category: The Champion Magazine
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