Innocent or Inconclusive? Analyzing Abolitionists’ Claims About the Death Penalty

Innocent or Inconclusive: Analyzing Abolitionists’ Claims About the Death Penalty, NEB. L. REV.: BULL. (September 4, 2018).

7 Pages Posted: 15 Jun 2020

Date Written: September 4, 2018

Abstract

This is a brief analysis of the death penalty innocence issue, using the July 2018 book The Death Penalty (part of the Concepts and Insights Series) as a reference point.

Keywords: Death penalty, False confessions, Falsely convicted, Actual innocence, Michael Radelet, Brandon L. Garrett, Lee Kovarsky, Ernest Dobbert, Cameron Todd Willingham, Factual innocence, Kansas v. Marsh, Criminal justice reform, Execute innocent person,

Suggested Citation

Conklin, Michael, Innocent or Inconclusive? Analyzing Abolitionists’ Claims About the Death Penalty (September 4, 2018). Innocent or Inconclusive: Analyzing Abolitionists’ Claims About the Death Penalty, NEB. L. REV.: BULL. (September 4, 2018)., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3606339

Michael Conklin (Contact Author)

Angelo State University ( email )

2601 W. Avenue N
San Angelo, TX 76909
United States

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