Anatomy of a Death Penalty Defence Lawyer: Reflections on Legal Representation and Reform in Three Biographies

Anatomy of a Death Penalty Defence Lawyer: Reflections on Legal Representation and Reform in Three Biographies

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Volume 3 Issue 3 ()

The statistics would be shocking enough even if death were not involved. Large numbers of prisoners have inadequate legal counsel and, in later stages of the appellate process, no counsel at all. Death sentences, in the aggregate, continue to be disproportionately imposed on persons of limited economic means and members of disadvantaged minority communities…

Cite as: Andrew Novak, Anatomy of a Death Penalty Defence Lawyer: Reflections on Legal Representation and Reform in Three Biographies, 3 NUJS L. Rev. 365 (2010)

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