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Leigh B. Bienen Papers

1872, 1935, 1951-2011, Undated

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Abstract

The Leigh Bienen Papers include the records of the New Jersey Proportionality Review Project, the Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Commission, and the academic research papers of legal scholar Leigh Bienen. The New Jersey records contain material from New Jersey Public Defender Homicide Study directed by Bienen in the mid-1980s. The collection also includes the records from Bienen’s involvement with the New Jersey Proportionality Review Project headed by Special Master David C. Baldus. Also present is material from Leigh Bienen's tenure on the Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Commission which resulted in the abolition of the death penalty in that state in 2011. Finally the collection contains Leigh Bienen's scholarly research material during her career teaching at both Princeton University and Northwestern University. Her research focused on proportionality review, the death penalty's monetary costs, and the role of prosecutor discretion.

Summary

Creator:
Leigh B. Bienen
Date Coverage:
1872, 1935, 1951-2011, Undated
Bulk Date Coverage:
1971-2011
Quantity:
23.2 cubic ft. (about 23.2 boxes)

Leigh Bienen graduated from Cornell University in 1960 and undertook graduate work in Economics at M.I.T., and Creative Writing at the University of Iowa before completing her J.D. from Rutgers in 1975. After her admission to the Bar of the Supreme Court of New Jersey in 1975, Bienen wrote on rape law reform in the late 1970s and early 1980s while working briefly as a Research Attorney at the Center of Rape Concern at Philadelphia General Hospital. During this time she also lectured in the Politics Department at Princeton, the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Law, and briefly at the University of California-Berkley School of Law.

Bienen first joined the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate in 1977 as Assistant Deputy Public Defender and became Director of a Special Projects Section devoted to studying state’s use of capital punishment. Here she directed the New Jersey Public Defender Homicide Study, an empirical study that examined the state’s restoration of the Death Penalty in 1982. The culminating report of the project, The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey was cited in State v. Ramseur, the first capital punishment challenge to the New Jersey Supreme Court since 1982. Findings from the study were published in the Rutgers Law Review and the Albany Law Review with Bienen as lead author. Co-authors included Neil Alan Weiner and Deborah W. Denno, other notable death penalty scholars, and Douglas A. Mills, a statistical programming consultant.

The Public Defender Homicide Study influenced the state supreme court which ordered an empirical proportionality review of New Jersey capital cases. Proportionality review is the analysis of an individual death sentence when compared to similar sentences imposed upon similar defendants for similar crimes. Professor David C. Baldus was appointed Special Master to the New Jersey Supreme Court where he developed the methodology for collecting and analyzing data for the project. The state Public Defender contributed data from the Homicide Study and Baldus developed a public collection of data on all relevant homicide cases and headed the New Jersey Proportionality Review Project which included Leigh Bienen. The Project met regularly for three years while they debated the identification of death-eligible cases and all relevant legal and factual issues.

The New Jersey Proportionality Review Project was cited and debated in State v. Marshall II, the first case where the state supreme court conducted proportionality review. The results of the Project suggested race-of-defendant bias, but was criticized due to the overall instability of the data models. Furthermore, the State Attorney General’s Office contended that the "universe" of cases included by the Project was too broad and argued that only similar death sentences--not all death-eligible cases--should be included. Robert O. Marshall became the first of 36 New Jersey capital defendants to have his death sentence upheld by the New Jersey Supreme Court on appeal since 1982. In 1992 the New Jersey State Legislature passed a law that enforced the State Attorney General’s Office’s option that comparison cases in proportionality review would be limited only to cases where a death sentence was imposed. Robert O. Marshall’s death sentence was overturned in 2006 and New Jersey abolished capital punishment in 2007, becoming the first state to do so by legislative act.

Leigh Bienen joined the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs as a Lecturer and Administrative Director of the Undergraduate Program in 1991, although she continued to work as a consultant to the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate for some time. While at Princeton her researched examined proportionality review in state supreme courts and the role of prosecutor discretion in the imposition of the death penalty.

In 1995, Bienen joined the Northwestern University School of Law as a Senior Lecturer. She began researching and writing on the monetary costs of capital punishment, developed the Northwestern University Law School Capital Crimes Database and the Chicago Historical Homicide Project. In 2006 she was appointed a member of the Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee, a group that was established by Governor George Ryan after his moratorium on executions in 2000 to examine if the death penalty could be carried out fairly. After the committee’s final report in 2011, the state legislature repealed the death penalty that year.

The collection documents Leigh B. Bienen’s scholarly research promoting the abolition of capital punishment in New Jersey and Illinois due to its discriminatory application. Published academic papers, legislative acts, and published judicial decisions used in her research make up much of the collection. Also present are records documenting the New Jersey Public Defender Homicide Study including questionnaires, data reports, and notes. Records from Bienen’s role in the New Jersey Proportionality Review Project are also included. This consists of correspondence, case reports, data gathering information, data tables, drafts, narrative summaries, and multiple case briefs for the major cases involved in the proportionality review including State v. Marshall, State V. Bey, and State v. Martini. Material from the Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee is also present, consisting of correspondence, meeting minutes, and formal reports. Finally, the collection also includes Leigh Bienen’s teaching materials, notes, and syllabi, as well drafts and final copies of her publications.

The collection is organized into the following series:

All series are arranged chronologically, with the exception of series 4 which is ordered alphabetically by state.

  • Series 1 - New Jersey Proportionality Review Project Records , 1908, 1973-1996, Undated
  • Series 2 - Faculty Papers and Scholarly Research Material , 1979-2011, Undated
  • Series 3 - Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee Records , 2003-2010
  • Series 4 - State Death Penalty Law Summaries , 1994-1996, Undated
  • Series 5 - Reference Materials , 1872, 1935, 1951-2011, Undated

All items in the Leigh Bienen Papers were donated by Leigh Bienen in four gifts from 2008 to 2013.

Processed by: Gregory Wiedeman in 2014.

Collection record created by: Gregory Wiedeman

Published: 2014

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Leigh B. Bienen Papers, 1872, 1935, 1951-2011, Undated. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York.

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 6.8 cubic ft. (about 6.8 boxes)
Chronological
Series contains records from Leigh Bienen's participation in the New Jersey Proportionality Review Project led by Special Master David C. Baldus. This includes correspondence, data gathering information, data tables, and multiple case briefs for the major cases involved in the proportionality review including New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall, New Jersey v. Marko Bey, and New Jersey v. John Martini.
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11Historical Reports on New Jersey Death Penalty1908, 1963, 1969, 1987

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12Legislative History of the Death Penalty, proposed amendments to Senate bill 7991973 September 13

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13Death Penalty Legislative History1979, 1981

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14Public Hearing before the New Jersey Senate Judiciary Committee on Senate bill no. 117 (death penalty)1982 February 26

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15User Manuel for Prototype Proportionality Review Systems1984

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16 New Jersey v. Thomas C. Ramseur - Brief on Behalf of Defendant - Appellant, Volume 1: Pretrial Motions and Jury Selection1984 May 18

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17 New Jersey v. Thomas C. Ramseur - Brief on Behalf of Defendant - Appellant, Volume 2: Trial and Sentencing1984 May 18

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18 New Jersey v. Thomas C. Ramseur - Brief on Behalf of the Attorney General, Amicus Curiae 1984 September 14

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19 New Jersey v. Thomas C. Ramseur - Supplemental Brief and Appendix on Behalf of the Attorney General, Amicus Curiae1984 September 14

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110 New Jersey v. Thomas C. Ramseur - Appendix of Amicus Curiae, the Attorney General of New Jersey1984 September 14

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111Binder of Penn Team Memos [1 of 3]1985 April 1-1987 October 6

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112Binder of Penn Team Memos [2 of 3]1985 April 1-1987 October 6

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113Binder of Penn Team Memos [3 of 3]1985 April 1-1987 October 6

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114Homicide Study - Questionnaire and Coding1985 May 6, 1985 June 17, Undated

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115Codes for Contemporaneous Offense and prior record1985 June 17

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116Essex County Guidelines for Capital Cases1985 July 26

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117Essex County and Death Penalty Eligibility1985 August 1

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118Coding Interpretations and Instructions1985 November 21

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119Coding Interpretations and Instructions1985 November 21, Undated

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120Michigan Sentences data with notesca. 1986

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121Robert O. Marshall Death Warrant1986 March 05

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122Corrected Cases Summaries1986 April 7

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123Murder Master List1986 June 10

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124County Crime Index Treads Percent Change1985 January-1986 June, 1986 September

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125ASC Meeting, David Baldas Handout: Prosecutorial Discretion as a source of Arbitrariness and Discrimination1986 November 1

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126 New Jersey v. George Lazorisak - Trial transcripts1987 March 24

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127 New Jersey v. George Lazorisak - Trial transcripts1987 March 24

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128 New Jersey v. George Lazorisak - Trial transcripts1987 March 25

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129 New Jersey v. George Lazorisak - Trial transcripts1987 March 25

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130 New Jersey v. George Lazorisak - Trial transcripts1987 March 26

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131 New Jersey v. George Lazorisak - Trial transcripts1987 March 27

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132Murder Master List1987 May 1, 1989 August 17

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133Attorney General and County Prosecutions objections to proportionality review and proportionality seminar1987 May 23, 1988 February 24, 1989 April 6

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134 McCleskey v. Kemp Amicus Brief from Martin E. Wolfgang1987 May 29

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135References list with note from Neil1987 June 3

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136Penn Team Correspondence1988 May 13

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137Pennsylvania Data Collection Instrument1988 June 14

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21 New Jersey v. Alberto Nieves - Brief and Appendix1988 June 17

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22Essex County Policy and Procedures for Handling AIDs Patients1988 July 18

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23Pennsylvania first degree murder connections data1988 July 21

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24Pennsylvania first degree murder connections data1988 July 21

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25Final Model I - Plea vs. Trial for Death Possible Cases (n=404)1988 August 19

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26Correspondence - Proportionality Review Project1988 August 25

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27Preliminary Screen Coding Sheet1988 November 18

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28Instructions for Preliminary Case Screening1988 November 19, 1988 December 10

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29 New Jersey v. Daniel Martin - Correspondence and notes1989, Undated

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210Pool Book1989 January 3

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211Leigh Bienen comments on David C. Baldus New Jersey Proportionality Review Project1989 March 7, 1990 May 16

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212Review of "The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey"1989 April 4

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213Background Information on Project Structure and Preliminary Screen Coding Sheet1989 June 12, Undated

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214Preliminary Screen Coding Sheet1989 June 12

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215Background Tables, Keep for Reference1989 June 22

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216Meeting of July 26,1989 and Data Collection Instrument1989 June 23, 1989 June 29

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217Progress Report on Preliminary Case Summary1989 June 28

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218Homicide Master File1989 June 29

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219Notes1989, 1990 April 27

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220 New Jersey v. Theodore Wilson1989 July 20

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221Meeting Minutes1989 July 26

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222Meeting Minutes1989 July 26

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223 New Jersey v. Jose Velez1989 August 8

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224Stephen P. Klein, et.al., "Relationship of Offender and Victim Race to Death Penalty Sentences in California" with correspondence1989 September 8, 1989 November 15, 1989 December 18

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225Statement of David C. Baldus before U.S Senate Committee of the January Concerning Arbitrariness and Discrimination in the Imposition of the Death Penalty1989 October 2

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226Expert Witness Directory, Death Penalty - Migration Phase1989 December 4

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227David Baldus and Alternative Universes for Cases for Proportionality Review1989 December 6

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228New Jersey Assembly Bill No. 25871990

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229Opinions of Capital Cases Concerning Proportionality1990

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230Syllabus, New Jersey v. Kef1990

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231New Jersey Assembly Bills Concerning Cruel and Unusual Punishment and Proportionality Review1990, 1991 January 8

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232State Death Penalty Statues - Annotated1990 February 9

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233General Accounting Office (GAO) Study on Costs1990 March 6

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234New Jersey Procedures for Taking Pleas in Capital Cases1990 May 1

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235David C. Baldus, "Interim Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court" (working draft)1990 May 5

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236David C. Baldus, "New Jersey Proportionality Review Project: Interim Report" (draft)1990 May 5

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237David C. Baldus, "Interim Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court" [with notes]1990 May 31

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238International Law and Treaties1990 June 25

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239Joint Task Force on Death Penalty Litigation in Pennsylvania Report1990 July 27

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240Florida Death Penalty1990 August 10

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241County Prosecutors' Cooperation Statutory Aggravating Factors1990 September 14

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242 Newsweek Article1990 September 17

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243 New Jersey v. Steven Davis1990 September 26

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244Envelope - University of New Hampshire1990 October 2

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245Missouri Proportionality Review Questionnaire1990 November 14

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246Joseph F. Sullivan, Is Court Killing Death Penalty in New Jersey?1990 December 1

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247Annotated Summaries of Capital Cases from Other States1990 December 28

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248Appendix of Additional Thoughts: Problems with the Second Interim Reportca. 1991

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249Detailed Narrative Summaries for Death Eligible Cases [1 of 3]ca. 1991

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250Detailed Narrative Summaries for Death Eligible Cases [2 of 3]ca. 1991

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31Detailed Narrative Summaries for Death Eligible Cases [3 of 3]ca. 1991

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32 New Jersey v. Marshall - Clippingca. 1991

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33 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Appendix to Brief Volume IVca. 1991

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34Overview of New Jersey Death Penalty Lawca. 1991

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35Public Hearing to Examine the Death Penalty Statue - Transcript1991 January 31

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36Marshall Pre-Screening File, Atlantic - Essex Counties1991 March 9

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37Marshall Pre-Screening File, Gloucester - Monmouth Counties1991 March 9

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38Marshall Pre-Screening File, Morris - Warren Counties1991 March 9

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39David Baldus Interim Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court - Appendixes and Tables1991 March 13

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310David Baldus Second Interim Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court1991 March 13

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311Correspondence - Proportionality Review1991 March 15, 1991 August 12

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312David Baldus, Second Interim Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court1991 March 20

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313David Baldus, Second Interim Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court1991 March 20

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314New Jersey Death Penalty Defendants1991 March 20

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315Notes, Thoughts, and Questions on First Interim Report1991 April 9, 1991 April 16

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316Robert Marshall Clipping1991 April 12

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317Motion to Postpone Briefing and Argument on Proportionality Review or For Extension of Time to File Brief1991 April 12

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318Encoded Cases - Douglas Mills, Job number 4919, bin D31 [1 of 3]1991 April 17

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319Encoded Cases - Douglas Mills, Job number 4919, bin D31 [2 of 3]1991 April 17

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320Encoded Cases - Douglas Mills, Job number 4919, bin D31 [3 of 3]1991 April 17

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321Baldus Report Clipping1991 April 18

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322Handwritten Notes on New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall Concerning Methodology of Proportionality Review1991 April 23

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323Memo on Baldus's First and Second Interim Reports on the Proportionality Review Project, from the Penn Team - with handwritten notes1991 April 23

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324The Penn Team - Memo on Baldus's First and Second Interim Reports on the Proportionality Review Project1991 April 23

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32520th Wave of Progress Reports - List of Cases with Project Status Clearly in1991 May 3

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32621st Wave of Progress Reports - List of Cases with Project Status Clearly in1991 May 3

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327Death Penalty Proportionality Review - Minutes1991 May 16

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328Meeting Minutes - Annotated Copy (no annotations)1991 May 16

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329Preliminary Outline of Proportionality Brief - with handwritten notesca. 1991

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330Jacob Weisberg, "This Is Your Death"1991 July 1

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331Meeting Minutes and Notes, material from Jack McCarthy1991 August 9

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41David C. Baldus, "Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project: Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court" (Draft) [1 of 2]1991 August 10

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42David C. Baldus, "Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project: Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court" (Draft) [2 of 2]1991 August 10

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43David C. Baldus, "Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project: Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court" - Appendices and Tables (Draft) [1 of 2]1991 August 10

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44David C. Baldus, "Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project: Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court" - Appendices and Tables (Draft) [2 of 2]1991 August 10

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45David C. Baldus, "Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project: Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court" (Draft)1991 August 11

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46Correspondence - Proportionality Review1991 August 13, 1991 October 9

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47Progress Report on Preliminary Case Screeningca. 1991 August 24

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48David Baldus, New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall: Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project, A Report to The New Jersey Supreme Court (Draft)1991 August 27

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49David C. Baldus, "Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court concerning State v. Marshall" (Draft)1991 August 27

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410David C. Baldus, "Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court concerning State v. Marshall" (Draft)1991 August 27

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411Memorandum from David Baldus concerning changes to the final draft of the New Jersey Proportionality Review Project1991 August 30

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412Technical Appendix 10: Logistic Multiple - Regression Models and Scales1991 September 5

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413David Baldus, Death Penalty Proportionality Review1991 September 6

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414Corrections to database DCI, Questions for September Meeting1991 September 6

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415New Jersey Court Sentencing decisionsca. 1991 September 19

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416David C. Baldus, "Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court1991 September 24

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417David C. Baldus, Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project - Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court1991 September 24

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418David C. Baldus, Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project - Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court - Appendices and Tables [1 of 2]1991 September 24

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419David C. Baldus, Death Penalty Proportionality Review Project - Final Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court - Appendices and Tables [2 of 2]1991 September 24

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420David C. Baldus, Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court concerning New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall1991 September 24

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421David C. Baldus, "Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court concerning New Jersey v. Marshall"1991 September 24

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422David C. Baldus, "Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court concerning State v. Marshall" (Copy for public dissemination)1991 September 24

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423Changes to Narrative Summaries1991 September 24

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424Changes to Narrative Summaries1991 September 24

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425New Jersey's Capital Sentencing System: the Statutory Aggravating and Mitigating Circumstances1991 September 24

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426Statement of Director Robert T. Winter on David C. Baldus Report1991 September 25

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427Mail-It: Death or CA w13 Proportionality Review and date after 19861991 September 26

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428Mail-It: Death or CA w13 Proportionality Review and date after 19891991 September 26

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51Notes1991 October 7, Undated

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52Correspondence - Proportionality Review1991 October 24, 1992 February 20

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53 New Jersey v. McDougald (mental illness)1991 October 31

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54Data Tables and Notes1991 November 15, Undated

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55 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Appendix to Brief on behalf of Defendant - Appellant volume III (Piece F)1991 November 15

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56Table 5: Table of Ptrail by County1991 November 15

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57"Strong Republican trend registered by state's voters"1991 November 19

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58 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Brief of Amicus Curiae1991 November 26

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59 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Brief of Amicus Curiae1991 November 26

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510 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Brief of Amicus Curiae1991 November 26

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511 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Brief of Amicus Curiae1991 November 26

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512 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Brief and Appendix on behalf of the State of New Jersey Addressing Proportionality Review1991 November 26

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513 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Brief on behalf of Defendant - Appellant Volume II (Piece D)1991 November 26

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514Herbert I. Weisberg, "Proportionality Review of Death Sentences in New Jersey an Independent Analysis of Data on Capital Charging and Sentencing"1991 November 26

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515Herbert I. Weisberg, "Proportionality Review of Death Sentences in New Jersey an Independent Analysis of Data on Capital Charging and Sentencing"1991 November 26

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516Herbert I. Weisberg, "Proportionality Review of Death Sentences in New Jersey"1991 November 26

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517Weisberg Report Memorandum1991 November 26

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518Judith L. Borman, Bernadette DcCastro, Dale Jones, memorandum and discussing Weisberg Report1991 December 20

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519 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Reply Brief of Amicus Curiae1991 December 30

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520Draft of letter from Leigh Bienen concerning New Jersey v. Marshall and 1992 Proportionality review legislationca. 1992

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521Correspondence - New Jersey v. Marko Bey1992 January 13, 1993 February 11

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522Review Articles1992 January 21

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523 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Weisberg Response with notes1992 January 29

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524New Jersey Assembly Bills1992 March 17

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525Testimony of Alexander H. Southwell before the Senate Judiciary Committee of the New Jersey Legislature concerning Proportionality Review1992 March 23

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526Revised Data Collection Instrument (DCI)1992 April 21

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52725th and 26th wave - list of cases with project status clearly out1992 April 22

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528David C. Baldus, "The Proportionality Review of Death Sentences: New Jersey Options"1992 April 23

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529Correspondence - Proportionality Review1992 April 30, 1992 December 3

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530New Case Summaries - No Penalty Trial Cases1992 June, 1992 September

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531 New Jersey v. Kevin Jackson1992 June 10

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532 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall - Notice of Motion for Reconsideration of Proportionality Review1992 August 6

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533Correspondence1992 August 17

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534New Jersey Public Defenders - cost and budget1992 August 24

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535Boxes stored for Leigh Bienen1992 August 28

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536Constitutional Amendment to Require State Funding of the Judicial System1992 October 21

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537Correspondence - Claudia Van Wyt and DCI1992 November 12

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538 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - transcript of A.O.C Meeting1992 November 13

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539Data Tables1992 December 2

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540Correspondence - Proportionality Review1992 December 9, 1993 February 18

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541 New Jersey v. Martini - Correspondence1993

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542 New Jersey v. John Martini - Tables of Cases and Summariesca. 1993

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543 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Principal Appendix to Brief Volume I1993 January 28

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544 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Principal Appendix to Brief Volume II1993 January 28

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61 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Technical Appendix to Brief Volume I1993 January 28

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62 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Technical Appendix to Brief Volume II1993 January 28

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63 New Jersey v. Bey - Appendices and Tables1993 January 28

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64 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Appendices and Tables [1 of 2]1993 January 28

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65 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Appendices and Tables [2 of 2]1993 January 28

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66DCI Data on "Afterthought" Robbery/Murder cases1993 February 13

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67 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Brief on behalf of Defendant - Appellantca. 1993 March

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68 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Principle Appendix on brief on Behalf of Appellant - Defendant Volume Ica. 1993 March

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69 New Jersey v. John Martini - Appendix to Brief Volume I1993 March 23

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610Status of New Jersey Capital Cases1993 March 30

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611 New Jersey v. John Martini -Proportionality Review1993 April 27

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612 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Brief on behalf of the Attorney General Amicus Curiae -1993 April 29

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613 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Appendix on behalf of the Attorney General Amicus Curiae -1993 April 29

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614 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Reply Brief on Behalf of Defendant - Appellant1993 May 6

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615New Jersey Proportionality Review Data file used in New Jersey v. Martini1993 May 18

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616 New Jersey v. John Martini1993 June 2, 1993 June 14

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617David Baldus and George Woodworth, "Proportionality: the view of the Special Master," and Herbert I. Weisberg, "Proportionality: An Alternative View." (Prepublication)1993 June 17

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618Meeting Minutes1993 June 25

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619 New Jersey v. John Martini1993 July

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620 New Jersey v. John Martini - Appendices and Tables [1 of 2]1993 July 23

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621 New Jersey v. John Martini - Appendices and Tables [2 of 2]1993 July 23

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622 New Jersey v. Marko Bey - Brief and Appendix of Amicus Curiae1993 September 24

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623 New Jersey v. John Martini - On Proportionality Review of a Death Sentence1993 September 30

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71Correspondence - New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall reused Appendix to Defendant's Amended Petition for Post-Conviction Relief1993 October, 1993 November

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72Report of the New Jersey Supreme Court's Ad Hoc Committee on Jury Selection in Criminal Cases1993 October

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73 New Jersey v. Marko Bey Motion to Submit Evidence of Continuing Race Disparities1993 October 21

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74 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall Amended Petition for Post - Conviction Relief [1 of 2]1993 October 22

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75 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall Amended Petition for Post - Conviction Relief [2 of 2]1993 October 22

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76 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall Appendix to Amended Petition for Post - Conviction Review [1 of 2]1993 October 22

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77 New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall Appendix to Amended Petition for Post - Conviction Review [2 of 2]1993 October 22

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78Wave 32, Modifications to Data Collection Instrument1994 May 13

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81Correspondence1994 October 18

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82Pennsylvania Death Penalty Research - Print out of Capital cases1995 July 13

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83Memo: Prejudicial Factors Death in Sentencing1995 December 20

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84 New Jersey v. Donald Coftin1996 November 18

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85Public Defender Capital Case Monthly Report1996 November 18

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86Appendix BUndated

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87David Baldus Survey to Attorneys of Record in Capital CasesUndated

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88Data TablesUndated

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89Data Tables - Appendix B TablesUndated

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810Data Tables - Background Tables, n=146, wh/non-whUndated

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811Data Tables - Background not used, n=146, wh/bc/hUndated

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812Data Tables - not used, white/non-white, n=252Undated

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813Data Tables - old regressions not published with RL Ron interim reportsUndated

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814Law and Society Paper - tables, not to publishUndated

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815 New Jersey v. Marko Bey Brief on Behalf of the State of New JerseyUndated

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816NotesUndated

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817Notes on Capital Cases in other statesUndated

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818Notes from October 29Undated

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819Notes on Proportionality ReviewUndated

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820ReferencesUndated

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821Stage Jumping AnalysisUndated

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822Supplement to working Draft of Interim Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court - Appendix EUndated

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823Table I (hand written) - Distribution of cases by tear and countyUndated

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824Table B III - Statutory Mitigating FactorsUndated
Quantity: 7 cubic ft. (about 7 boxes)
Chronological
This series documents Leigh Bienen's work as a legal scholar of the death penalty and her teaching career at Princeton University and Northwestern University. Included are records from her scholarly research on capital punishment consisting of questionnaires, case summaries, and procedural wirings. This includes the New Jersey Public Defender Homicide Study. The series also contains Bienen's publications on the death penalty, conference materials, syllabi and teaching material, and reports, legislation, and publications used directly in her research.
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11Research on Capital Punishment cost1983, 1987, 1988

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12Literature on Determinate Sentencing in Illinois with annotations1984, 1993, 2004, 2009, 2010

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13Homicide Study - Appendix D: Case Summaries [1 of 2]ca. 1985-1988

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14Homicide Study - Appendix D: Case Summaries [2 of 2]ca. 1985-1988

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15Homicide Study - Coding Interpretations and Instructions1985

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16Homicide Study - Plea/Trial Codeca. 1985-1988

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17Homicide Study Master Listca. 1985-1988

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18Homicide Study Plea/Trial Code1985, Undated

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19Homicide Study Questionnaireca. 1985-1988

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110Homicide Study Questionnaireca. 1985-1988

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111Homicide Study Questionnaireca. 1985-1988

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112Homicide Study Questionnaire with notesca. 1985-1988

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113Alfonso and Baur Penalty Phase Training Program (New Jersey)1986

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114Homicide Study Questionnaire and Forms1986, Undated

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115Leigh B. Bienen and Neil Alan Weiner, "The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey : Homicide Cases from 1982 - 1986" - Supplement to Preliminary Report1987

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116Capital Jury Project - William Bones Data1987

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117Leigh B. Bienen, et. al., "The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey : The role of Prosecutorial Discretion" Rutgers Law Review print copy with notes1988

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118Leigh Bienen, et. al., The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey : Interim Report, Part 1 [1 of 2]1988

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119Leigh Bienen, et. al., The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey : Interim Report, Part 1 [2 of 2]1988

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120Leigh Bienen, et. al., The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey : Interim Report 2 [1 of 3]1988

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121Leigh Bienen, et. al., The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey : Interim Report 2 [2 of 3]1988

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122Leigh Bienen, et. al., The Reimposition of Capital Punishment in New Jersey : Interim Report 2 [3 of 3]1988

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123Leigh Bienen, "No Savings In Lives or Money With Death Penalty1988

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124Leigh Bienen, "No Savings In Lives or Money With Death Penalty," The New York Times1988

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125Homicide Study - Appendix A,B,Cca. 1988

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126The Special Commission on the Administration of Justice in Cook County - Final Report1988

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127American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey and Habeas Corpus1989

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128Inventory from Watt Espy, Capital Punishment Research Project1989

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21Manuscripts, notes, research material and correspondence from "Proportionality Review of Capital Cases by State High Courts: Only 'The Appearance of Justice?' " and New York University Talk1989-1990

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22Capital Jury Project - Natural Science Foundation Grant Proposal1990

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23Capital Jury Project - Natural Science Foundation proposal to study Capital sentencing , comments by Leigh Bienen1990

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24Criminologists for Abolition of the Death Penalty1990

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25Missouri Proportionality review case citations1990

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26Program - NYU Review of Law and Social Change Colloquium, Challenging the Death Penalty: 1990 and Beyond1990

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27Charles Silagy v. Howard Peters III1990

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28Statement of David C. Baldus before Committee on the Judiciary, United States House of Representatives concerning Arbitrariness and Discrimination in the Imposition of the Death Penalty1990

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29Bill Proposing lethal injection1991

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210Capital Jury Project , National Study of Juror Decision Making in Capital Cases, Grant proposal and Survey Sampleca. 1991

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211Deputy Attorney General Class visit and death penalty legislative hearing transcript1991 January 31

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212Capital Jury Project - Working Paper 1, Background and Research Design1991

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213Cost of Capital Punishment - notes1991 February 1

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214David Margolik, "At the Bar"1991

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215National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty 11th Annual Conference - folder containing notes and materials gathered at conference1991

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216National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty - Conference follow - ups1991

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217New Jersey Case Summaries - No Penalty Trial1991

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218New Jersey Case Summaries - Penalty Trial/Death1991

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219New Jersey Case Summaries - Penalty Trial/Life1991

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220Notes on costs of capital punishment1991

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221Woodrow Wilson School Policy Conference - Leigh Bienen and Douglas Mills: A Decade of Capital Punishment in New Jersey: A Report to the State Legislative1991

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222WWS Policy Conference on Capital Punishment1991

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223Appendixes from New Jersey Death Penalty Study1992

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224Leigh Bienen, Douglas Mills, et. al., A Decade of Capital Punishment in New Jersey - Presented to the New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee1992

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225Leigh B. Bienen and Douglas L. Mills, "Race and County Disparities in Capital Case Processing in New Jersey."1992

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226Capital Jury Project - National Science Foundation Grant Proposal1992

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227Capital Jury Project - National Science Foundation Grant Proposal1992

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228Capital Jury Project - Working Paper 7, "In Their Own Words: How Capital jurors Explain their Life or Death Sentencing Decisions"1992

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229Chicago Prosecutor Misconduct1992

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230Criteria for Exemption from Human Subjects Review by the Institutional Review Panel (IRP)1992

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231Philadelphia Law and Society Paper - Notes and tables to publish1992 May 29

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232Herbert I. Weisberg and Xiu Chen, "Can Statistics Reveal when A Death Sentence is Disproportionate?" (Draft)1992

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233Leigh Bienen, "A Good Murder"1993

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234Leigh Bienen, "A Good Murder"1993

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235Capital Jury Project - Bringing in New Jersey1993

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236Capital Jury Project - denial of permission to interview jurors1993

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237Capital Jury Project - Interview's Guideca. 1993

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238Capital Jury Project - Juror Interview Instrumentca. 1993

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239Connecticut v. Michael Ross1993

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240Flyer - The Jury Projectca. 1993

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241New Jersey Death Penalty Trials Sorted by County/Sentence Dateca. 1993

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242The New Jersey Jury Project: National Study of Juror Decision Making in Capital Cases - Juror Interview Instrument1993

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31Testimony of Leigh B. Bienen Before the Joint Subcommittee of the Supreme Court Committee on Criminal Practice and Rules of Evidence1993

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32Untitled Manuscript draft with notes and annotations [may be early draft of Leigh Bienen, "The Proportionality Review of Capital Cases by State High Courts After Gregg: Only The Appearance of Justice"ca. 1993-1995

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33Book Review Manuscriptca. 1999

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34Book Review - Manuscript and Correspondence1999

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35Conference Materials - Homicide Research Working Group Workshop1994, 1997

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Floppy-Disk 1Jury Survey, Matt1994 Fall

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36The New Jersey Jury Project - Juror Interview Instrument1994

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37United States v. Salvatore Lombardino - Government's Memorandum in Support of it's motion for an Anonymous Jury1999 September 15

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38"A Compilation and Comparison of Statistics concerning Application of the 1977 Illinois Death Penalty"1995

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39James R. Acker and Charles S. Lanier, "Statutory Measures for More Effective Appellate Review of Capital Cases" with notes1995

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310David Baldus, James R. Acker, Leigh Bienen, et. al., Comments on Proposed Uniform Rules for Capital Case Reports and Proposed Capital Case Data Report form1995

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311Elected Judiciary - Encyclopedia of the American Constitution1995

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312Former CA Justice discussing influence of retention vote on Justice1995

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313Gallup Poll - death penalty opinion1995, 1997

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314"Governor Assails U.S. Delays of Death Cases," Comment re: political pressure on Judges to sentence to death , cite for only 5909 all federal habeas1995, 2000

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315Material from Jim Acker on Legislative History of New York Death Penalty1995

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316Douglas Mills, David Weisburd, New Jersey v. Joseph Harris , Logical Regression, and New Jersey v. Donald Loftin , with notes1995, 1996

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317Notes and Annotation on uniform Rules For Capital Case Data Reports1995

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318Prospective Appointments1995

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319Research Table of State death Penalty decision and legislation datesca. 1995

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320Syllabus - "Persuasion: The Art of Writing In, For, and about the Law"1995

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321A. Leigh Hicks, "The Constitutional of Imposing the Death Sentence on a Non-slayer Participant"ca. 1996

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322Appendix A: Preparing a Factual Basis for the Systematic Examination of Racial and Geographical Disparities: The Court's Responsibility1996

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323Death Row Statistics1996

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324Intimate Partner Homicide in Chicago over 29 Years1996

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325Mental Health Preference Declaration1996

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326Douglas Mills and New Jersey v. Joseph Harris1996

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327Douglas Mills and New Jersey v. Donald Loftin1996, 1997

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328Pennsylvania Supreme Court Reversals in Capital Cases1996

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329Capital Jury Project - William J. Bowers and Benjamin D. Steinen, "Death by False Choice and Forced Choice: Empirical Evidence of Misguided Discretion in Capital Sentencing", (Draft)1997

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330Philosophy and Public Affairs copy center request form1997

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331List of Illinois Supreme Court opinions in Death Penalty Cases, 1979-1997ca. 1997

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332Leigh B. Bienen, "The Quality of Justice in Capital Cases: Illinois as a Case Study"1998

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333Leigh B. Bienen, "The Quality of Justice in Capital Cases: Illinois as a Case Study"1998

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334"Federal Death Penalty Cases: Recommendations Concerning the Cost and Quality of Defense Representation"1998

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335Illinois State Archives, Chicago Historical Society, and notes of other historical records repository on Chicago Tribune article1998

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336Horace Kelly case on competency to be executedca. 1998

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337Pennsylvania v. Mumia Abu - Jamal1998

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338Prosecuting Judges1998

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339Public Confidence in Criminal Justice System1998

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340Questions for Homicide Class1998

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341State Death Penalty Cases Filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit , 1989-19981998

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342Teaching Criminal Law & Procedure: the Mentally Disabled Defendant1998

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343Chicago Prosecutor Misconduct1999

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344Findings and Recommendations of the Special Supreme Court Committee on Capital Cases (Illinois)1999

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345Illinois v. Anthony Porter1999

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346Publication Correspondence - "The Quality of Justice in Capital Cases: The Illinois Experience"1999

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347George W. Bush and Death Penalty2000

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348Illinois Appellate Court Judge Morton Zwick political donations2000

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349Illinois Budget Appropriations Legislation for State Defense and Prosecution2000

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350Illinois Capital Crime Litigation Act legislation with annotations2000

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351"Leigh's Law: Searching for Patterns in Chicago Crime"2000

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352Renata Strok, et. al., "Neuropsychological Characteristics of Death Row Inmates"2000

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353Capital punishment data, Fiscal Impact Report of Illinois House Bill and two Articles on costs of Death Penalty2001, 2006, 2009

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354Illinois Supreme Court Capital Punishment Rules2001

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355Lethal Injection - Physician Participation2001

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356David Smith v. Illinois - On Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court of Illinois2001

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357"Nothing Short of Justice"2002

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358Glenn L. Pierce and Michael L. Radelet , "Race, Region, and Death Sentencing in Illinois, 1988-1997"2002

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359Report of the Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment [1 of 4]2002

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360Report of the Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment [2 of 4]2002

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361Report of the Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment [3 of 4]2002

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41Report of the Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment [4 of 4]2002

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42Thomas P. Sullivan articles on Illinois Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment2002

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43Thomas P. Sullivan, Comments on the Illinois State's Attorney's Association Response to the Report of the Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment2002

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44Thomas P. Sullivan, "Repair or Repeal - Report of the Governor's Commission on Capital Punishment"2002

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45Illinois State Budget and Capital Litigation Trust Fund2003

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46Charles Johnson, "A Bootcamp for Creative Writing "2003

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47Letter from Governor Rod R. Blagojevich2003

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48Office if the State's Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor - Report on the Capital Litigation Trust Fund2003

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49Persuasion Assignment - naked documents2003

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410Seminar Task Force Report: murder and it's consequences, Fall 2002 - "The Status of the Death Penalty in Illinois as of January 13, 2003", Northwestern University School of Law2003

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411Capital Litigation Trust Fund2004, Undated

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412John Cullerton, Kirk Dillard, and Peter G. Baroni, "Capital Punishment in Illinois - A model for the Nation" - Internet Printout2004

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413John Cullerton, Kirk Dillard, and Peter G. Baroni, "Capital Punishment Reform in Illinois: A model for the Nation"2004

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414Illinois House Bill 0576 - Police Training Actca. 2004

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415Molly Treadway Johnson and Laural L. Hopper, Resource Guide for Managing Capital Cases: Volume I, Federal Death Penalty Trials2004

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416Lafonso Rollins - footnote for procedures to get wrongful conviction claim2004

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417Thomas P. Sullivan, "Capital punishment Reform - What's Been Done and what Remains to be Done"2004

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418Thomas P. Sullivan, "Preventing Wrongful Convictions: A Current Report from Illinois"2004

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419Rob Warden, "Illinois Death Penalty Reform: How it Happened, what it Promises", with annotations2005

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420Rob Warden, "Illinois Death Penalty Reform: How it Happened, what it Promises"2005

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421Rob Warden, "Illinois Death Penalty Reform: How it Happened, what it Promises"2005

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422"Death Penalty Decision Guidelines", prepared by the office of the Illinois Attorney General and the Illinois State's Attorney Association2006

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423Mary E. Forsberg, "Money for Nothing? The Financial Cost of New Jersey's Death Penalty"2006

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424Historical Northwestern University Legal Aid, Legal Clinics2006

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425Historical Research on late 19th and early 20th century crimes2006, 2007

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426Illinois Capital Crimes Litigation Act2006

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427Illinois Capital Punishment information - Christopher Tansey Capital Litigation Trust Fund data, Annotation of Capital Punishment Reform Provision, First Degree murder Summary table, State Death Penalty Decision Guidelines2006

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428Lethal Injection - Saddamn Hussein2006

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429Lethal Injection - Henry Weinstein, Los Angeles Times Staff writer2006

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430Glenn L. Pierce and Michael L. Radelet , "The Impact of Legally Inappropriate Factors on Death Sentencing for California Homicides"2006

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431Slides Draft - Illinois Violent Death Reporting Systemca. 2006

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432Summary of Indictments for Murder on Illinois in which a notice of intent to seek capital punishment was filed2006

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433Washington State Bar Association: Final Report of the Death Penalty Subcommittee of the committee on Public Defense2006

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434Cook County Appropriations data2007

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435FBI crime report on Homicides2007

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436Illinois Crime Index Offense/Crime Index Offense Arrest Data2007

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437Illinois Criminal Code - Appellate procedures, reversals2007

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438Illinois Judicial Circuits2007

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439Illinois Law Enforcement training- recording of homicide interrogations2007

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440Illinois Mandate to create Capital Crimes Database2007

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441Illinois Violent Death Reporting System2007

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442Legislative Statutes - New Jersey and New Mexico2007, 2009

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443Lethal Injection - Animal Liberation Front2007

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444Lethal Injection - AVMA Guidelines on Euthanasia2007

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445Lethal Injection - Deborah W. Denno, "The Lethal Injection Quandary: How Medicine Has Dismantled the Death Penalty2007

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446Lethal Injection - Euthanasia Statutes2007

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447Lethal Injection - Dead Animal disposal2007

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448Lethal Injection - Oregon Death with Dignity Act2007

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449Lethal Injection - Mad Cow2007

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450Lethal Injection - Toledo Blade, Michael Manning botched lethal injection suit2007

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451New Jersey bills repealing the death penalty2007

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452New Jersey Capital Punishment Report - typed notesca. 2007

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453Thomas P. Sullivan, "Efforts to Improve the Illinois Capital Punishment System: worth the Cost?" (with annotations)2007

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454Table 1 - Results of published studies reporting the costs associated with processing capital cases (from "The Cost of the Death Penalty in Maryland")ca. 2007

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455Wrongful Conviction Awards - Illinois, Washington, California, Nebraska, Utah2007

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456Leigh B. Bienen, "Not wiser after 35 years of Contemplating the Death Penalty"2008

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457Joseph E. Birkett op-ed on death penalty reforms in 20022008

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458Bureau of Justice Statistics Capital Punishment data for 20082008

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459Capital Litigation Trust Fund and general costs of death penalty2008, 2009

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460"Death Penalty Reform in Illinois: Five Years of Failure" - Illinois Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty Annual Report2008

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461Jon B. Gould and Lisa Greenman, "Update on the Cost, Quality, and Availability of Defense Representation in Federal Death Penalty Case: Preliminary Report on Phase One of the Research"2008

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462Jon B. Gould and Lisa Greenman, "Update on the Cost, Quality, and Availability of Defense Representation in Federal Death Penalty Case: Preliminary Report on Phase One of the Research"2008, 2010

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51Barbara J. Hayler, "Moratorium and Reform: Illinois's Efforts to Make the Death Penalty Process 'Fair, Just, and Accurate'"2008

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52Jessica S. Henry, "New Jersey's Road to Abolition"2008

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53Illinois Capital Litigation Court System - expenditures table2008

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54Illinois Capital Litigation Report, Post - Clemency Eraca. 2008

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55Illinois Crime rate and prison population data2008, 2009

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56"Illinois Treasurer proposes reform in litigation Fund"2008

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57Lethal Injection - Jim Speta question about administration of federal Animal Protection Act2008

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58John Roman et. al., "The Cost of the Death Penalty in Maryland"2008

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59Elliot Slosar, "Costs of Capital Punishment in Illinois"ca. 2008

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510Summaries of Illinois Death Row Convictions Since 20032008

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511Summaries of Illinois Death Row Convictions Since 20032008

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512Syllabus - Writing for a Professional Audience and Beyond2008

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513Table of Illinois Executions2008

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514Texas capital punishment racial disparities study2008, 2009

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515Jeffrey Toobin, "Death in Georgia" (cite in FN)2008

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516771 indictments for First Degree Murder in Illinois 2003-20092009

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517A base of Governor Pardoning Power2009

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518Al Baker, "Homicides Near Record Low Rate In New York City" (FN 141)2009

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519Katherine Barnes, et. al., "Place Matters (Most): An Empirical Study of Prosecutorial Decision - Making in Death - Eligible Cases" (cited around FN 136)2009

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520Capital Litigation Trust Fund - Appointed Counsel Expenses from Fiscal Years 2000-2009ca. 2009

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521Capital Litigation Trust Fund with notes2009, 2010

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522Chicago Murder Conviction Cases2004, 2009

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523Citation - David Baldus Nebraska Study2009

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524Citation - Nationally death sentences down and reaction to Ohio op-ed arguing that lethal injection is inhumane2009

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525Colorado State Budget2009

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526Cook County Employees Salaries2009

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527Cook County, Illinois Budget - State's Attorney2009

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528Cook County Illinois Obligations2009

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529Cook County Public Defender Salaries2009

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530Philip J. Cook, "Potential Savings from Abolition of the Death Penalty in North Carolina" (with annotations)2009

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531Correspondence - Capital Litigation Trust Fund2009, 2010

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532Correspondence - Dilliard Cost and Jurisdiction of New Jersey Appellate Courts2009

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533Crime in Illinois 1971 - Historical Statistics2009

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534Crime in Illinois 1985 - Historical Statistics2009

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535Crime in Illinois 2000 - Historical Statistics2009

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536Crime in Illinois 1990 - Historical Statistics2009

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537Crime in Illinois 1998 - Historical Statistics2009

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538Crime in Illinois 2005 - Historical Statistics (used in "Capital Punishment in Illinois in the Aftermath of the Ryan Commutations")2009

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539Brian Dugan Article (FN 194/196)2009

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540Brian Dugan defense costs2009

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541Amanda Enyeart - table of Illinois Supreme Court Death Penalty Opinions2009

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542Fiscal Impact of Abolition of death penalty in New Mexico2009

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543Fiscal Impact of Abolition in New Jersey and New Mexico2009

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544Georgia Proportionality Review - Stevens Statement (quote)2009

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545Historical Evolution of Illinois Death Penalty Legislation2009

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546Illinois Capital Cases, Cook County2009, 2010, Undated

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547Illinois Capital Crimes Litigation Act2009

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548Illinois Capital Crimes Litigation Act Amendments2009

nam_apap312-2_243

549Illinois Capital Litigation Trust Fund - Research Material2009

nam_apap312-2_244

550Illinois Capital Litigation Fund Data - Jonathan Sabo2009, 2010

nam_apap312-2_245

551Illinois Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty Annual Report2009

nam_apap312-2_246

552Illinois crime data from 2003 - 20092009

nam_apap312-2_247

553Illinois Criminal Procedure and Capital Crimes Litigation Acts from 1999 to 20092009

nam_apap312-2_248

554Illinois Death Penalty Reversals Law2009

nam_apap312-2_249

555Illinois Health Care Worker Background Check Act2009

nam_apap312-2_250

556Illinois House Bill 0262 (Death Penalty Abolition)2009

nam_apap312-2_251

557Illinois House Bill 262 - Death Penalty Abolition2009

nam_apap312-2_252

558Illinois Office of the State Appellate Defender - Annual Report Fiscal Year 20092009

nam_apap312-2_253

61Illinois v. Salvador Ortiz - Actual Innocence Case2009

nam_apap312-2_254

62Illinois Procedures in Capital Cases (cite)2009

nam_apap312-2_255

63Illinois Public Defender Compensation - Quote for Public Defender Salaries2009

nam_apap312-2_256

64Illinois v. Rolando Cruz (1994)2009

nam_apap312-2_257

65Illinois State's Attorneys Salaries2009

nam_apap312-2_258

66Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2001ca. 2009

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67Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2002ca. 2009

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68Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2003ca. 2009

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69Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2004ca. 2009

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610Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2005ca. 2009

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611Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2006ca. 2009

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612Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2007ca. 2009

nam_apap312-2_265

613Illinois Traditional Budgetary Financial Report Fiscal Year 2008ca. 2009

nam_apap312-2_266

614Illinois Wrongful Conviction Settlement Data2009

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615Indiana Public Defender Cuts2009

nam_apap312-2_268

616January 1, 2004 report of the Cook County State's Attorney General's Office regarding monies received under Capital Crime Litigation Trust Fund Act2009

nam_apap312-2_269

617Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology notes - typed notes from "Capital Punishment in Illinois in the Aftermath of the Ryan Commutations: Reforms, Economic Realities, and a new Saliency for Issues of Cost"2009

nam_apap312-2_270

618Jeffrey L. Kirchmeier, et. al., "Vigilante Justice: Prosecutor Misconduct in Capital Cases" (with annotations)2009

nam_apap312-2_271

619Legislation used in footnotes, Washington House Bill 2864, California Legislation 432, Nebraska Legislation 2602009

nam_apap312-2_272

620Marcia Lehr - indigent defense2009

nam_apap312-2_273

621New Jersey Amendments to Death Penalty Regulations (cite)2009

nam_apap312-2_274

622New Jersey v. Robert O. Marshall (1992) - cite Handler's dissent2009

nam_apap312-2_275

623New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Daniel O'Hern, "What Makes a Court Supreme"2009

nam_apap312-2_276

624"New State Budget Crimps Justice Agencies"2009

nam_apap312-2_277

625North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission2009, 2010

nam_apap312-2_278

626Northwestern Law Newsletter2009

nam_apap312-2_279

627Notes - Illinois death sentencesca. 2009

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628Kristen Nugent, "Proportionality and Prosecutorial Discretion…" good notes on Co. by Co. and on prosecutorial discretion2009

nam_apap312-2_281

629Office of the State Appellate Defender Annual Report2009

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630Research Notes on newspaper accounts of murders in Illinoisca. 2009

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631John Schwartz, "Death Sentence Dropped But Executions Rose in '09" (FN 139)2009

nam_apap312-2_284

632"Smart on Crime: Reconsidering the Death Penalty in a Time of Economic Crisis" (cite)2009

nam_apap312-2_285

633Alex Song - Illinois v. Brian Nelson, Illinois v. Hanson, and Illinois v. Banks2009, 2010

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634State's Attorneys power and dates, discretion, and compensation2009

nam_apap312-2_287

635State's Attorney Salaries (quote)2009

nam_apap312-2_288

636Texas Governor James Ferguson and payments for pardons2009

nam_apap312-2_289

6371986 Article on Robert Marshall's First Death Sentence2010

nam_apap312-2_290

6382009 Amendment to Illinois Capital Crimes Litigation Act2010

nam_apap312-2_291

639A Brief History of the Lethal Injection Debate since 2008 Compiled by Mark Christopher Frantzca. 2010

nam_apap312-2_292

640Abolition and State Proposition2010

nam_apap312-2_293

641Adams County First Degree Murders request2010

nam_apap312-2_294

642Amendment to Capital Litigation Trust Fund2010

nam_apap312-2_295

643American Law Institute on Capital Punishment2010

nam_apap312-2_296

644Attorney General Determination and Federal Death Penalty2010

nam_apap312-2_297

645Attorney General and Federal Death Penalty Approval2010

nam_apap312-2_298

646Blind Lineups2010

nam_apap312-2_299

647Bureau of Justice Statistics Crime and Justice Data Online2010

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648Jon Burge Article (FN 193)2010

nam_apap312-2_301

649Capital Crimes Litigation Act - high lighted portions and changes2010

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650Capital Litigation Fund Illinois Report2010

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651Capital Litigation Trust Fund2010

nam_apap312-2_304

652Capital Litigation Trust Fund - 2009 revisions2010

nam_apap312-2_305

653Capital Litigation Trust Fund for Cook County - FOIA Request2010

nam_apap312-2_306

654Capital Litigation Trust Fund - Correspondence2010

nam_apap312-2_307

655Capital Litigation Trust Fund, fiscal years 2008 - 20102010

nam_apap312-2_308

656Capital Litigation Trust Fund - Printout with notes2010

nam_apap312-2_309

657Capital Litigation Trust Fund Statistical Report2010

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658Capital Litigation Trust Fund Statistics2010

nam_apap312-2_311

659Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee Act of 20032010

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660Cases that assert no proportionality review for Illinois2010

nam_apap312-2_313

661Citation - Illinois Supreme Court Case overturn death penalty2010

nam_apap312-2_314

662Connecticut Death Penalty Articles2010

nam_apap312-2_315

663Cook County Indictments 2003 - 20102010

nam_apap312-2_316

664Cook County - Capital Litigation Trust Funds2010

nam_apap312-2_317

665Correspondence - Eligibility of non - statutory aggravating factors2010

nam_apap312-2_318

666Correspondence - wrongful convictions awards (FN)2010

nam_apap312-2_319

667John Council, "5th Circuit Judge Notes 'Kafkaesque' Result in Capital Case" (is quoted)2010

nam_apap312-2_320

668Crime in Illinois 20032010

nam_apap312-2_321

669Death Penalty Abolition Polls2010

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670Death Penalty Research Titles2010

nam_apap312-2_323

671Death Sentences overturned on basis on fundamental justice amendment2010

nam_apap312-2_324

672Death Penalty Stance of 2002 Attorney General Candidates2010

nam_apap312-2_325

673Ethics and Post conviction Waivers2010

nam_apap312-2_326

674Federal and Attorney General guidelines for selection of capital cases2010

nam_apap312-2_327

675Federal Lethal Injection Challenges2010

nam_apap312-2_328

676Federal and State Concurrent Jurisdiction2010

nam_apap312-2_329

677Doug Finke, "Committee Oks call to abolish death penalty in Illinois2010

nam_apap312-2_330

678Samuel R. Gross, "Still Unfair, Still Arbitrary - But do we Care?" Keynote Address2010

nam_apap312-2_331

679Illinois Attorney Statute2010

nam_apap312-2_332

680Illinois Litigation Trust Fund legislation2010

nam_apap312-2_333

681Illinois Clemency Power2010

nam_apap312-2_334

682Illinois Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty Annual meeting invitation2010

nam_apap312-2_335

683Illinois Compiled Statute section on the Illinois Capital Litigation Trust Fund2010

nam_apap312-2_336

684Illinois Death Penalty Decision Guidelines and Qualifications2010, Undated

nam_apap312-2_337

685Illinois Courts Chat2010

nam_apap312-2_338

686Illinois Court of Claims - wrongful convictions2010

nam_apap312-2_339

687Illinois Death Penalty Sentencing instructions 2008 update2010

nam_apap312-2_340

688Illinois Death Penalty Sentencing instructions current to 20082010

nam_apap312-2_341

689Illinois House Bill 5687, abolition of the death penalty2010

nam_apap312-2_342

71Illinois Legislation - Decertification of full-time and part-time police officers2010

nam_apap312-2_343

72Illinois Legislative History of Death Penalty Reform with annotations2010

nam_apap312-2_344

73Illinois Pattern Instructions2010

nam_apap312-2_345

74Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions - Death Penalty Cases 2008 Update (cite)2010

nam_apap312-2_346

75Illinois Seminars on Capital Cases2010

nam_apap312-2_347

76Illinois Senate Bill 574 (1999)2010

nam_apap312-2_348

77Illinois Senate Bill 3569 - Death Penalty Abolition2010

nam_apap312-2_349

78Illinois State Budget - Department of Corrections2010

nam_apap312-2_350

79Illinois State Comptroller Contact Us2010

nam_apap312-2_351

710Illinois Supreme Court Justices and former positions as prosecutors and state's Attorneys2010

nam_apap312-2_352

711Illinois Supreme Court Rules2010

nam_apap312-2_353

712Illinois Supreme Court Rules - Seminars on Capital Cases2010

nam_apap312-2_354

713Illinois Tax Foundation, "A guide to the Illinois Appropriations Process"2010

nam_apap312-2_355

714Illinois v. Thompson (minutes)2010

nam_apap312-2_356

715"Jackson County Board cuts public defender salary by $46,000" (cited)2010

nam_apap312-2_357

716Lake County and Kane County data2010

nam_apap312-2_358

717Legal foundation for Illinois Governor's clemency power2010

nam_apap312-2_359

718Marcia Lehr - wrongful conviction2010

nam_apap312-2_360

719Letter to Michael J.Z. Mannheimer from Roger L. Thomas concerning Pennsylvania House bill 19962010

nam_apap312-2_361

720List of Supreme Court cases that discuss not conducting Proportionality Review2010

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721Material from Cecil E. Torres on Admissibility of mitigating evidence during a penalty phase trial2010

nam_apap312-2_363

722Missouri Proportionality Review - Missouri v. Carman L. Deck2010

nam_apap312-2_364

723"No Bail for Two Men Accused in Darien Murders"2010

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724Nonstatutory Aggravating Factors2010

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725NPR Coverage of Death Penalty costs in Illinois2010

nam_apap312-2_367

726Notes - Illinois State's Attorneys salary cutsca. 2010

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727Notes on ineffective Assistance of Counsel2010

nam_apap312-2_369

728Pew Report of Pension Obligations2010

nam_apap312-2_370

729Sarah Pfander - Illinois Murders by County2010

nam_apap312-2_371

730Prosecutors Statements2010

nam_apap312-2_372

731Public Defender Representation - Weis v. Georgia2010

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732Research credit2010

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733Responsible Budget Coalition (FN 64)2010

nam_apap312-2_375

734Reversals since 2003 reforms: Nelson, Lovejoy, Morris, Urdiales, Thompson, Mertz, and Albanese cases2010

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735Small Illinois Counties and State's Attorneys and public defenders2010

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736Sources on Blind lineups for footnote2010

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737State Statutes - California, Washington, Utah, Illinois, Nebraska2010

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738Supreme Court and "any evidence" at penalty phase2010

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739Supreme Court of New Jersey 2000, Proportionality Review Project2010

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740Bidish Sarma, et. al., "Struck by Lightning: Walker v. Georgia and Louisiana's Proportionality Review of Death Sentences" (cite)2010

nam_apap312-2_382

741Christopher Michael Tansey, Appendix - Empirical Studies2010

nam_apap312-2_383

742Christopher Tansey - Capital Litigation Trust Fund Expenditures2010

nam_apap312-2_384

743Christopher Michael Tansey - Informal Bibliography2010

nam_apap312-2_385

744Christopher Tansey Summary tables2010

nam_apap312-2_386

745Michael P. Toomin, "Capital Punishment Reform and the Illinois Supreme Court: At the Forefront of change." (2004)2010

nam_apap312-2_387

746Three Articles on Brian Dugan and DuPage County death penalty2010

nam_apap312-2_388

747Typed notes on Burge and Brian Dugan costsca. 2010

nam_apap312-2_389

748U.S. Census Homicide Trends 1980 to 20052010

nam_apap312-2_390

749Utah Exoneration and Innocence Assistance Bill of 20082010

nam_apap312-2_391

750Neil Alan Weiner dedication2010

nam_apap312-2_392

751Laura Weizeorick and Christopher Tansey , Summaries of Illinois Death Row Convictions since 20032010

nam_apap312-2_393

752Wrongful Conviction Compensation2010, Undated

nam_apap312-2_394

753Alex Yastrow, Radelet Study notes, time period of Cases2010

nam_apap312-2_395

754Attorney's Letter to Governor Quinn Advocating for Abolition2011

nam_apap312-2_396

755Illinois Death Penalty Literature2011

nam_apap312-2_397

756Illinois House Bill 15192011

nam_apap312-2_398

757Illinois legislation to reinstate the death penalty2011

nam_apap312-2_399

758Illinois Senate Bill 22762011

nam_apap312-2_400

759Senator Jeff Schoenberg and Governor Pat Quinn correspondence2011

nam_apap312-2_401

760Annotation of Capital Punishment Reform Provisions in IllinoisUndated

nam_apap312-2_402

761Annotation of Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Provisions 1990- 1993Undated

nam_apap312-2_403

762Beck v. Alabama (1981) cite statisticsUndated

nam_apap312-2_404

763Capital Jury Project - Juror Interview Instrument Phase II Part AUndated

nam_apap312-2_405

764Capital Jury Project - Juror Interview Instrument Phase II Part BUndated

nam_apap312-2_406

765Case SummariesUndated

nam_apap312-2_407

766Data DictionaryUndated

nam_apap312-2_408

Floppy-Disk 2Homicide Data - Douglas MillsUndated

nam_apap312-2_409

767Illinois Senate Resolution on Ryan MoratoriumUndated

nam_apap312-2_410

768January 1, 2004 Report of the Cook County State's Attorney's Office regarding monies received under Capital Crime Litigation Trust Fund ActUndated

nam_apap312-2_411

769Marcia Lehr - election of states attorneys in IllinoisUndated

nam_apap312-2_412

770List of Aggravating Factors Associated with Illinois Death Row Inmates During Eligibility PhaseUndated

nam_apap312-2_413

771Map of Illinois CountiesUndated

nam_apap312-2_414

772Montana Cases (FN 135)Undated

nam_apap312-2_415

773"New chamber for execution ready to go into service" (Illinois)Undated

nam_apap312-2_416

774Note to John Murphy of the Journal of Criminal Law and CriminologyUndated

nam_apap312-2_417

775Prosecutorial discretion - case summariesUndated

nam_apap312-2_418

776Roots of Trial by Jury [class materials?]Undated

nam_apap312-2_419

777Slides: Implementing (or Nullifying) Atkins v. Virginia by John Blume, Sheri Johnson and Chris SeedsUndated

nam_apap312-2_420

778Table of Illinois Court of Claims casesUndated
Quantity: 0.8 cubic ft. (about 0.8 boxes)
Chronological
Series contains records from Leigh Bienen's membership in the Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee. Material includes correspondence, meeting minutes, notes, and drafts and final copies of published reports.
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11Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Act2003

nam_apap312-3_2

12John Cullerton, Kirk Dilliard, and Peter G. Baroni, "Capital Punishment Reform in Illinois: A Model for the Nation"2004

nam_apap312-3_3

13Appointments, meetings, hearings, and Annual Reports2005

nam_apap312-3_4

14Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee Public Hearing - Springfield2006 November 13

nam_apap312-3_5

15Peter G. Baroni, Special Counsel - Summary of Capital Cases Decided by the Illinois Supreme Court January 2003 to February 20072007

nam_apap312-3_6

16Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Material - Survey methods, data, meeting minutes2007

nam_apap312-3_7

17Lobbying Entry Registration2007

nam_apap312-3_8

18Public Hearing - Chicago2007 February 26

nam_apap312-3_9

19Capital Crime Tables2008, 2009

nam_apap312-3_10

110David E. Olson presentation slides with notesca. 2008

nam_apap312-3_11

111David E. Olson, "Trends in the Number & Characteristic of Prison Sentences Imposed on Those Convicted of First Degree Murder in Illinois", (presented to the Illinois Capital Reform Study Committee)ca. 2008

nam_apap312-3_12

112Slides of Graphs from meeting2008 January 28

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113Act with Police Investigation Subcommittee2009, 2010

nam_apap312-3_14

114Hearing of the Capital Reform Study Committee2009 March 2

nam_apap312-3_15

115Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee Fifth Annual Report2009

nam_apap312-3_16

116Meeting Minutes2009 December 17

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117David E. Olson, et. al., "Experiences with the Implementation of Homicide Investigative Reforms: A Survey of Illinois Local Law Enforcement Agencies", (Draft) Prepared for the Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee2009 July

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118David E. Olson, et. al., Final Report - The Impact of Illinois' Truth-in-Sentencing Law on Sentence Lengths, Time to Serve and Disciplinary Incidents of Convicted Murderers and Sex Offenders2009

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119David E. Olson, et. al., "Tables Summarizing the Sentencing of First Degree Murderers in Illinois" (Draft)2009 March

nam_apap312-3_20

120David E. Olson, et. al., "Tables Summarizing the Sentencing of First Degree Murderers in Illinois, State Fiscal Years 1989 through 2009"2009 September

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121David E. Olson, et. al., "Tables Summarizing the Sentencing of First Degree Murderers in Illinois, Determinate, Natural Life and Death Sentences Imposed State Fiscal Years 1989 through 2009" (FN 92)2009 September

nam_apap312-3_22

122Public Hearing Memo2009 March 2

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123Public Hearing Notes, Sarah Pfouder [?]2009 January 26

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124Stenographic Report of Public Hearing2009 January 26

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125Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee - Sixth and Final Report (TPS Draft)2010 August 13

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126Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee - Sixth and Final Report (TPS Draft)2010 September 10

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127Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee - Sixth and Final Report (TPS Draft)2010 September 10

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128Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee Sixth and Final Report (TPS Draft)2010 October 13

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129Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee Sixth and Final Report (included sealed CD)2010 October 29

nam_apap312-3_30

130Illinois Capital Punishment Reform Study Committee Sixth and Final Report, [digital files on sealed CD]2010 October 29

nam_apap312-3_31

131Kevin Lyons presentation material from March 2, 2010 public hearing2010
Quantity: 0.4 cubic ft. (about 0.4 boxes)
Alphabetical by state
Copies of many states' capital punishment legislation with summaries written by Northwestern University Law Librarian Marcia Lehr.
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11Notes describing series1996

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12Alabama - Summary of death penalty law with notes1995

nam_apap312-4_3

13Arizona - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_4

14Arkansas - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_5

15California - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_6

16Colorado - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_7

17Connecticut - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_8

18Delaware - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_9

19Florida - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

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110Georgia - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_11

111Idaho - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_12

112Illinois - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_13

113Indiana - Summary of death penalty law with notesUndated, 2011

nam_apap312-4_14

114Kansas - Summary of death penalty law with notes1994

nam_apap312-4_15

115Kentucky - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_16

116Louisiana - Summary of death penalty law with notes1995

nam_apap312-4_17

117Maryland - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_18

118Mississippi - Summary of death penalty law with notes1995

nam_apap312-4_19

119Missouri - Summary of death penalty law with notesUndated, 2011

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120Nebraska, New Hampshire, Nevada - Summary of death penalty law with notesUndated, 2011

nam_apap312-4_21

121New Hampshire - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_22

122New Mexico - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_23

123New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio - Summary of death penalty law with notes1994

nam_apap312-4_24

124New York - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

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125Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

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126Oregon - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

nam_apap312-4_27

127Tennessee - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

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128Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wyoming - Summary of death penalty law with notesUndated, 2011
Quantity: 8.2 cubic ft. (about 8.2 boxes)
Chronological
This series consists of the general research and reference file of Leigh Bienen. This includes publications, reports, and legislation on subjects such as capital punishment, criminal law, rape, and prison reform.
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11William Blackstone, "Commentaries on the Laws of England in Four Books" (photocopy)1872

nam_apap312-5_2

12Albert E. Arent and John W. Macdonald, "The Felony Murder Doctrine and it's Application under New York Statutes"1935

nam_apap312-5_3

13Erwin L. Feiertag, "Capital Punishment in New Jersey: 1664-1950, a study of change"1951

nam_apap312-5_4

14T. C. N. Gibbens, "Sane and Insane Homicide"1959

nam_apap312-5_5

15N. M. Ollennu, "The Influence of English Law on West Africa"1961

nam_apap312-5_6

16Hugo A. Bedau, "Death Sentences in New Jersey"1964

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17Capital Punishment: Developments 1961 to 19651967

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18Emanuel Tanay, "Psychiatric Study of Homicide"1969

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19Philip M. Hauser, "The Census of 1970"1971

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110Royal Commission on Capital Punishment 1949-1953 Report1973

nam_apap312-5_11

111Ralph Slovenko, Tragicomedy in Court Opinions1973

nam_apap312-5_12

112Charles W. Wolfram, "The Constitutional History of the Seventh Amendment"1973

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113Jurek v. Texas1975

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114Woodson v. North Carolina1975

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115Deborah Denno articles and letter1976

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116Austin Sarat and Neil Vidmar, "Public Opinion, The Death Penalty, and the Eighth Amendment: Testing the Marshall Hypothesis"1976

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117Articles by R. Emerson Dobash and Russell P. Dobash1977

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118Victoria Lynn Swigert and Ronald A. Farrell, "Normal Homicides and the Law"1977

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119Elliot S. Valenstein, Report on Psycho surgery1977

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120Rupert V. Barry, "Furman to Gregg : The Judicial and Legislative History"1978

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121Jennifer James, "The Prostitute as Victim"1978

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122"A Ten Year Follow - up of Sex Offender Recidivism1980

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123Amnesty International - "Proposal for a Presidential Commission on the Death Penalty in the United States of America"1980

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124Walter Berns, "Defending the Death Penalty"1980

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125Arthur L. Stinchcombe, et. al., Crime and Punishment - Changing Attitudes in America1980

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126David C. Baldus, et. al., "The Differential Treatment of White and Black Victim Homicide Cases In Georgia's Capital Charging and Sentencing Process: Preliminary Findings1982

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127"Capital Losses: The Price of the Death Penalty for the New York State "1982

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128F. Patrick Hubbard, Brenton G. Burry and Robert Widener, "A 'Meaningful' Basis for the Death Penalty: The Practice, Constitutionality, and Justice of Capital Punishment in South Carolina"1982

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129National Center for State Courts Research Model for Determining Death Penalty Costsca.1982

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130"Overcrowded Time: Why Prisons are so Crowded and what can be Done"1982

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131Centers for Disease Control Homicide Surveillance Reports1983

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132Janine Jason et. Al. , "Homicide as a Cause of Pediatric Mortality in the United States"1983

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133Irwin I. Kimmelman, "The Death Penalty in New Jersey," New Jersey Lawyer1983

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134Tichnell v. Maryland1983

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135James E. Lobsenz, "Unbridled Prosecutorial Discretion and Standardless Death Penalty Policies: The Unconstitutionality of the Washington Capital Punishment Statutory Scheme"1984

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136Beverly Martinez - Schnell and Richard J. Waxweiler, "Increases in Premature Mortality Due to Homicide - United States, 1968-1985"1989

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137McCleskey v. Kemp1984

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138Patrick W. O'Carroll and James A. Mercy "Regional Variation in Homicide Rates: Why is the west so Violent?"1989

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139Prejean v. Blackburn1989

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140Research on Death Penalty costsca. 1989, 1988, Undated

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141Richard Van Duizend, "Comparative Proportionality Review in Death Sentence Cases"1984

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142Ralph Weisheit, "Female Homicide Offenders: Trends over time in an Institutionalized Population"1984

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143James R. Acker, "Mandatory Capital Punishment for the Life Term Inmate who Commits Murder: Judgment of Fact and Value in Law and Social Science"1985

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144Ursula Bentele, "The Death Penalty in Georgia: Still Arbitrary"1985

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145Clippings1985

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146Margot Garey, "The Cost of Taking a Life: Dollars and Sense of the Death Penalty"1985

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147Darnell F. Hawkins and Kenneth A. Hardy, "Black - White Imprisonment Rates: A State - by - State Analysis"1985

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148Nature of crime makes exception to Death Row rule1985

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149Michael L. Radelet, "Rejecting the Jury: The Imposition of the Death Penalty in Florida"1985

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150Mark L. Rosenberg and James A. Mercy, "Homicide: Epidemiologic Analysis at the National Level"1985

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151Gregory Stein, "Distinguishing Among Murders When Assessing the Proportionality of the Death Penalty"1985

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152Amnesty International - USA Death Penalty Briefingca. 1986

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153Articles by Ann Goetting on Homicide among females and wives1986

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154Dennis Balske and James G. O'Haver, "Death Penalty Training Manual"1986

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155John S. Carroll, et. al., "Free Press and Fair Trial: The Role of Behavioral Research"1986

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156Centers for Disease control Homicide Surveillance Report1986

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157McCleskey v. Kemp - Syllabus1986

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158James A. Mercy et. al., "Patterns of Homicide Victimization in the City of Los Angeles, 1970-79"1986

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159Patrick W. O'Carroll and James A. Mercy "Homicide Among Black Americans"1986

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160Nancy Pennington and Reid Hastie, "Evidence Evaluation in Complex Decision Making"1986

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161State v. Palmer1986

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162Peter Meijes Tiersma, "Dictionaries and Death: Do Capital Jurors understand Mitigation?"1986

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163University of New Hampshire Family Research Laboratoryca. 1986

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164Ralph A. Weisheit, "When Mothers Kill Their Children"1986

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21Amnesty International - United States of America, The Death Penalty1987

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22Articles by Peter David Blanck1987, 1990

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23Susan Bandes, "Southern California Law Review - Taking some Rights too seriously: The State's Right to a Fair Trial"1987

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24Hugo Adam Bedau and Michael L. Radlet, "Miscarriages of Justice in Potentially Capital Cases"1987

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25Lisa Gayle Bradley, "Proportionality in Capital and Non-Capital Sentencing: An Eighth Amendment Enigma"1987

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26Caseload and Cost Projections for Habeas Corpus Death Penalty Cases in fiscal years 1998 and 19891987

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27Centers for Disease Control - Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report1987

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28Clippings1987

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29Pat Doherty and Kevin McNally, "Confronting the Question of the Victim's Family: Before, During and After Trial"1987

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210Thomas Havlena, "Abolishing the Death Penalty - Why? How? When?"1987

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211Report to the Deputy Attorney General on Capital Punishment and the Sentencing Commission1987

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212Lawrence T. White, "Juror Decision Making in the Capital Penalty Trial"1987

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213Brian Wiersema and Karen Kindley, "An Attribute Approach to Homicide Classification"1987

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214William Wilbanks, "Reactions to McCleskey vs. Georgia"1987

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215Margo Wilson and Martin Daly, Articles on Spousal Homicide, gendered culture1987

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216Leslie Abramson and Andrea Lyon, "Control of the Courtroom at Trial"1988

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217Bureau of Justice Statistics - Murder in Large Urban Counties1988

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218Jacqueline Cook, "Coming Full Circle: A Return to Arbitrary Sentencing Patterns in Capital Punishment Cases"1988

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219Mary Elizabeth Holland, "McClesky v. Kemp: Racism and the Death Penalty"1988

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220Kansas Coalition Against the Death Penalty1988

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221Longitudinal Court Outcome Study of Individuals Accused of Homicide Reported in 19881988, 1993

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222McDowell Juror Questionnaireca. 1988

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223Michael L. Radelet and Margaret Vandiver, Capital Punishment in America: An Annotated Biography1988

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224Michael L. Radelet and Margaret Vandiver, Capital Punishment in America: An Annotated Biography1988

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225Gennaro F. Vito and Thomas J. Keil, "Capital Sentencing in Kentucky: An Analysis of the Factors Influencing Decision Making in the post - Gregg period" (pre-publication)1988

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226Gennaro F. Vito and Deborah G. Wilson "Back From the Dead: Tracking the Progress of Kentucky's Furman - Commuted Death Row Population"1988

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227James R. Acker and Elizabeth R. Walsh, "Challenging the Death Penalty Under State Constitutions"1989

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228James R. Acker, "The Grand Jury and Capital Punishment: Rethinking the Role of an Ancient Institution Under the Modern Jurisprudence of Death"1989

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229James R. Acker, "Thirty Years of Social Science in Supreme Court Criminal Cases"1989

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230Jonathan D. Casper, Kennette Benedict, and Jo L. Perry, "Juror Decision Making, Attitudes, and the Hindsight Bias"1989

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231Clippings1989

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232Federal Death Penalty Act of 1989, Racial Justice Act of 19941989, 1994

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233Herb Haines, "Primum Non Nocere : Chemical Execution and the Limits of Medical social Control"1989

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234Jury Comprehension in Complex Cases1989

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235Stephen P. Klein, Allan F. Abrahamse, and John E. Rolph, "Relationship of Offender and Victim Race to Death Penalty Sentences in California"1989

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236Memorandum in Opposition to S.600/A.1070, New York Lawyers Against the Death Penalty1989

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237New Jersey Supreme Court Task Force on Minority Concerns - Interim report1989

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238Greg Newbold, "Capital Punishment in New Zealand: An Experiment that Failed"1989

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239Non-Statutory Mitigating Circumstances1989 January 4

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240Daniel Okada and Arnold Raimondo, "The Incarcerated Vietnam Vet: Preliminary Investigations on the Vietnam Veteran and the Criminal Justice System1989

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241Ben F. Overton, "Trial Judges and Political Elections: A Time for Re-Examination"1989

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242Raymond Paternoster and AnnMarie Kazyaka, "An Examination of Comparatively Excessive Death Sentences in South Carolina 1979-1987"1989

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243D. Michael Risinger, et. al., "Exorcism of Ignorance as a Proxy for Rational Knowledge: The Lessons of Handwriting Identification 'Expertise' "1989

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244Sawyer v. Smith - Brief of Amicus Curiae1989

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245Shari Seidman Diamond, Jonathan D. Casper and Lynne Ostergren, "Blindfolding the Jury"1989

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246Silagy v. Peters III1989

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247Statement of Ronald J. Tabak on behalf of the American Bar Association before the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate on Racial Discrimination and the Death Penalty1989

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248Testimony of Julius L. Chambers concerning the Racial Justice Ace of 19881989

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249Neil J. Vidmar, "Empirical Research and the Issues of Jury Competence1989

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250Neil J. Vidmar and Regina A. Schuller, "Juries and Expert Evidence: Social Framework Testimony"1989

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251Hans Zeisel and Alec M. Gallup, "Death Penalty Sentiment in the United States"1989

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252American Bar Association support for H.R. 4737 Habeas Corpus Revision Act of 1990 and "Fatal Defense " The National Law Journal1990

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253American Journal of Public Health, "The Prevalence of Severe Mental Disorder among male urban Jail Detainees"1990

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254Capital Report - Death Penalty Litigation Section1990

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255Census of State and Federal Correctional Facilities1990

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256Clippings1990

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257Correctional Populations in the United States1990

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258William J. Curran, "The Ethics of Medical Participation in Capital Punishment by Intravenous Drug Injection"1980

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259"Death Penalty Sentencing: Research Indicates Pattern of Racial Disparities", Report to Senate and House committees on the Judiciary1990

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260General Accounting Office Report to Senate and House Committees on the Judiciary - "Death Penalty Sentencing: Research Indicates Pattern of Racial Disparities"1990

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261Governor's Management Review Commission1990

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262Lawrence A. Greenfeld, "Capital Punishment 1990", Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletinca. 1990

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263David A. Kaplan and Lauren Picker "The Executioner's Handyman"1990

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264James Luginbuhl, "Successfully Challenging the Highly Pro - Death Juror"1990

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265Walter F. Murphy and Joseph Tanenhaus, "Publicity, Public Opinion, and the Court"1990

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266Laura B. Myers, "Prosecutorial and Judicial Decision - Making: A Contextual Comparison of Charging and Sentencing Decisions"1990

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267Silagy v. Warden1990

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268Tom W. Smith , "Liberal and Conservative Trends in the United States Since World War II"1990

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269Statement of Randall M. Dana, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers before the Subcommittee on Crime, U.S. House Judiciary Committee1990

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31Ronald Tabak , "Execution of Injustice: Under Any Test, Death Penalty Fails"1990

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32Ronald J. Tabak, "Review of Law & Social Change"1990

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33United Nations Social Development - Capital Punishment1990

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34United States General Accounting Office Report to Senate and House Committee on the Judiciary - Death Penalty Sentencing: Research Indicates Pattern of Racial Disparities1990

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35Amendment to House of Representatives Bill 3371 - Equal Justice Act1991

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36American Criminal Law Review1991

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37The American University Law Review1991

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38Amnesty International - The Death Penalty List of Abolitionist and Retentionist Countries1991

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39Articles by Craig Haney1991

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310Mark Ballard , "Judges Clogging Death - Penalty Docket; Harris DA's Study finds Half of Cases Await Decisions"1991

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311Michael Booth, "Kwiatkowski convicted in ex-wife's strangling1991

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312William J. Bowers and Margaret Vandiver, "New Yorkers want an Alternative to the Death Penalty"1991

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313David I. Bruck, "Does the Death Penalty Matter? Reflections of a Death Row Lawyer"1991

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314Clippings1991

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315Leigh Dingerson, "Reclaiming the Gavel: Making Sense Out of the Death Penalty Debate in State Legislatures"1991

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Floppy-Disk 3Easy Access - version 1.0, National Center for Juvenile Justice1991

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316Gallup Poll, "Death Penalty Support Remains Strong, But Most Feel Unfairly Applied"1991

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317Valerie P. Hans and Neil Vidmar, "The American Jury at Twenty-Five Years"1991

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318Harmelin v. Michigan1991

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319Rhonda G. Hartman, "Critiquing Pennsylvania's Comparative proportionality Review in Capital Cases"1991

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320Robert A. Harvie, "Where Is The Man? The Search for a Juvenile court in Montana"1991

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321House of Representatives Bill HR.28511991

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322House of Representatives Bill 2851 - Fairness in Death Sentencing Act1991

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323Wayne King , "Defiant Widow Seeks to Reopen Lindbergh case"1991

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324Bruce Ledewitz, "Sources of Injustice in Death Penalty Practice: The Pennsylvania Experience"1991

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325Mark Mauer, "Americans Behind Bars: A Comparison of International Rates of Incarceration"1991

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326Carrie Menkel-Meadow and Shari Seidman Diamond, "The Content, Method, and Epistemology of Gender in Sociolegal Studies"1991

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327Lori L. Nader, "Walton v. Arizona: the Confusion Surrounding the Sentencing of Capital Defendants Continues"1991

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328Nalini K. Pande, "The Death Penalty and the Mentally Retarded Defendant; Diminished Culpability and Inadequate safeguards"1991

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329Michael L. Radelet and Glenn L. Pierce, "Florida Law Review, Choosing Those Who Will Die: Race and the Death Penalty in Florida"1991

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330Michael L. Radelet and Glenn L. Pierce, "Florida Law Review: Choosing Those Who Will Die: Race and the Death Penalty in Florida"1991

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331Recap : Capital Litigation1991

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332Statement of John J. Curtin, Jr. and James S. Liebman concerning Fairness and Efficiency in Habeas Corpus Adjudication1991

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333Heather Strong, "Homicides in Australia" (with letter)1991, 1992

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334Ronald J. Tabak, "Justice Brennan and the Death Penalty"1991

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335Ronald J. Tabak and J. Mark Lane, "Albany Law Review: Judicial Activism and Legislative 'Reform' of Federal Habeas Corpus: A Critical Analysis of Recent Developments and Current Proposals"1991

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336ABA Journal1992

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337Articles on Proportionality Review from Deborah W. Denno1992

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338Bureau of Justice Statistics Special Report1992

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339Drucilla Cornell, "Gender, Sen and Equivalent rights"1992

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340Shari Seidman Diamond, Jonathan D. Casper, "Blindfolding the Jury to Verdict Consequences: Damages, Experts, and the Civil Jury"1992

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341Florida State University Law Review1992

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342Lonny J. Hoffman, "The Madness of the Method: The Use of Electrocution and the Death Penalty"1992

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343Lifelines1992

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344Lifelines, No. 561992

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345Mental Retardation and Physician Aid-in-Dying1992, 1997

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346Otey v. State of Nebraska - Brief and position papers1992

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347"Prosecutor v. Scientist: A Cat-and-Mouse Relationship"1992

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348Michael R. Rand "The Study of Homicide Caseflow: Creating a Comprehensive Homicide Dataset"1992

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349Michael J. Saks and Peter David Blanck, "Justice Improved: The Unrecognized Benefits of Aggregation and Sampling in the Trial of Mass Torts"1992

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350Socio - Legal Bulletin1992

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351U.S. Department of Justice Statistics - Capital Punishment 19921992

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352Margo I. Wilson and Martin Daly, "Who Kills Whom in Spouse Killings? On the Exceptional Sex Ratio of Spousal Homicides in the United States"1992

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353Alabama Death Penalty casesca. 1993

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354Arizona Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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355Ursula Bentele, "Race and Capital Punishment in the United States and South Africa"1993

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356Jonathan D. Casper and Kennette Benedict, "The Influence of Outcome Information and Attitudes on Juror Decision making in Search and Seizure Cases1993

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357Clippings1993

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358Philip J. Cook and Donna B. Slawson, "The Costs of Processing Murder Cases in north Carolina"1993

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359Court Opinion - Gacy v. Welborn1993

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360Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals1993

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361John M. Dauson and Barbara Boland, "Murder in Large urban Counties, 1988"1993

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362Death Penalty Information Center Year End Report1993

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363Delaware Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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364Shari Seidman Diamond, "Instructing on Death: Psychologists, Juries, and Judges"1993

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365David Erickson, "Capital Punishment at what price: And Analysis of the cost issue in a strategy to abolish the death penalty"1993

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366Florida Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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367John Wayne Gacy v. George Welborn1993

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368Idaho Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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369Illinois Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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370Kentucky Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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371Louisiana Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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372Maryland Death Penalty cases1993

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373Kendra Meinert, "Criminal Injustice: Continuing Racial Inequities In Death Penalty Sentencing"1993

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374Mississippi Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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375Missouri Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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41Montana Death Penalty Cases1993

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42Nevada Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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43New Mexico Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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44John T. Noonan, Jr., "Horses of the Night: Harris v. Vasquez"1993, 1998

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45North Carolina Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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46Ohio Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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47Oklahoma Death Penalty Casesca. 1993

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48Joanna Piepgrass, "The Woman, the rapist, and the condom: Violence and (Mis)Representation in the Austin, Texas Rape Case1993

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49Robert Rosenthal and Peter David Blanck, "Science and Ethics in Conducting, Analyzing, and Reporting Social Science Research: Implications for Social Scientists, Judges, and Lawyers"1993

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410David A. Ruhnke, United States v. Pretlow - Defendant Pretlow's Brief and Appendix in Support of Death Penalty Motions1993

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411US Military Death Penalty Cases1993

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412United States v. Antar1993

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413Peter David Blanck, "Communications Technology for Everyone: Implications for the Classroom and Beyond"1994

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414The Book of the States volume 301994

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415William J. Bowers, Margaret Vandiver and Patricia H. Dugan, "A New Look at Public Opinion on Capital Punishment: What Citizens and Legislators Prefer"1994

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416Clippings1994

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417Deborah W. Denno, "Testing Penry and it's Progeny"1994

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418Shari S. Diamod, "Instructions Frequently Baffle Jurors1994

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419Federal Bills on racial Discrimination and the Death Penalty - House Bill 1102, Senate Bill 4401994, 1995

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420Jurors: The Power of 12 Report of the Arizona Supreme Court Committee on More Effective Use of Juries1994

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421The Jury Project: Report to the Chief Judge of the State of New York1994

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422The Jury Project: Report to the Chief Judge of the State of New York1994

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423Jack Kevorkian Juror Questionnaireca. 1994-1998

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424James Luginbuhl and Michael Burkhead, "Sources of Bias and Arbitrariness in the Capital Trial"1994

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425Legislative Profile Report - Senator Joseph R. Biden1994

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426C.R. Mann's references1994

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427Policy Conference Policy Task Force Manual - Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University1994

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428Racial Disparities in Federal Death Penalty Prosecutors 1988-19941994

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429Shepard's Military Justice Citations1994

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430State Court Administrators1994

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431O.J. Simpson Juror Questionnaire1994

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432O.J. Simpson Juror Questionnaire1994

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433O.J. Simpson Juror Questionnaire1994

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434Summary of and Preliminary Guidance Concerning The Crime Bill (Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994)1994

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435Syllabus - Language and Law, Professor Beth Mertz1994

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436Peter Tiersma, "Dictionaries and Death: Do Capital Jurors Understand Mitigation"1994

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437Donald H. Wallace and Jonathon R. Sorensen, "Missouri Proportionality Review: An Assessment of a State Supreme Court's Procedures in Capital Cases"1994

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438David Zuckerman, "Preliminary Report on the Rate of Death Penalty Exposure in Philadelphia County"1994

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439"A Symposium on the Death Penalty"1995

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440ABA Journal1995

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441James R. Acker and Charles S. Lanier, "Matters of Life or Death: The Sentencing Provisions in Capital Punishment Statutes"1995

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442Article on reinstatement of Death Penalty in New York1995

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443Bureau of Justice Statistics, Federal Habeas Corpus Review: Challenging State Court Criminal convictions1995

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444Stephen B. Bright and Patrick J. Keenan, "Judges and the Politics of Death: Deciding Between the Bill of Rights and the Next Election in Capital Cases"1995

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445The Champion1995

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446Clippings1995

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447Clippings1995

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448Clippings1995

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449Conference - Capital Punishment: Is There Any Habeas Left in This Corpus?1995

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450Lawrence J. Connell, Analysis of First Degree Murder Cases1995

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451The Death Penalty in the Twenty - First Century1995

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452Patricia H. Dugan, et. al., "Massachusetts Legislators' Crime and Justice Policy Preferences," Report of a study conducted by students of the College of Criminal Justice, Northeastern Universityca. 1995

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453Douglas Lee Eckberg, "Estimates of Early Twentieth - Century U.S. Homicide Rates: An Econometric Forecasting Approach"1995

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454Douglas Lee Eckberg, "Estimates of Early Twentieth - Century U.S. Homicide Rates: An Econometric Forecasting Approach"1995

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455Erik Eckholm, "Studies Find Death Penalty Often Tied to Victim's Race"1995

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456Effective Death Penalty Act of 1995 (H.R.729)1995

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457Nancy Gertner, "Book Review: Is the Jury Worth Saving?"1995

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458Hendirk Hartog, "Coercion and Harriet Douglas Cruger"1995

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459Nancy Mathis, "GOP begins major rewrite of crime bill; Democrats wow all-out fight"1995

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460Michael Mello, "Adhering to Our Views: Justices Brennan and Marshall and the Relentless Dissent to Death as Punishment"1995

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461New York Court of Appeals - Statement Accompanying Release of Death Penalty Rules for Public Comment1995

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462New York Legislation reintroducing the Death Penalty1995

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463New York Reimposition of death penalty1995, 1996

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464New York State Assembly Death Penalty Debate1995

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465New York State Bar Association Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Death Penalty Legislation1995

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51New York State Capital Punishment Act1995

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52New York State Death Penalty Debate - Senate Bill 24691995

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53New York State Death Penalty Debate - Senator Stephen M. Saland1995

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54New York State Senate minutes - Bill number 2850 (imposition of the death penalty)1995

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55New York state death row and executions locations1995

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56New York Times Magazine - Los Angeles Police Department1995

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57Robbin S. Olge, et. al., "A Theory of Homicidal Behavior Among Women"1995

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58Pre-Trial motion for challenging the constitutionality of Pennsylvania Death Penalty1995

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59Preparation Time for 21 U.S.C. 848 Federal Death Penalty Trials1995

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510O.J. Simpson1995

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511Ronald J. Tabak "Are Executions in New York Inevitable?"1995

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512Texas death penalty cost1995

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513United States v. Antar1995

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514United States v. Maloney1995

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515Appellate Capital Cases Issues in the U.S. Courts: Local Rule + Operating Procedures1996

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516Bracy v. Gramley, Collins v. Welborn (US Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit, 1995)1996

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517Delaware - Summary of death penalty law with notes1996

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518Joseph P. Fried, "Brooklyn Case is City's First Seeking Death"1996

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519The Judicial Business of the United States Courts of the Seventh Circuit July 1,1995 Thru June 30,1996ca. 1996

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520Law and Human Behavior1996

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521Donald Loftin Juror Questionnaireca. 1996

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522Michael L. Radelet, William S. Lofquist, and Hugo Adam Bedau, "Prisoners Released from Death Rows Since 1970 Because of Doubts About their Guilt"1996

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523United States v. Timothy James McVeigh and Terry Lynn Nichols1996

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524Robert N. Wilentz Obituary1996

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525Brief and Appendix of Amicus Curiae of the coalition concerned about the Execution of the Innocent on behalf of Ronald Kliner ( Illinois v. Kliner )1997

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526Female Homicide Victims in New York City1997

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527Focus on Law Studies1997

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528Richard Rosenfeld, "Changing Relationships Between Men and Women"1997

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529Richard Rosenfeld, "Changing Relationships Between Men and Women, A Note on the Decline in Intimate Partner Homicide"1997

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530Eric Baumer et. al., "The Influence of Crack Cocaine on Robbery, Burglary, and Homicide Rates: A Cross - City, Longitudinal Analysis"1998

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531The Champion, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers1998, 2000

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532Clippings1998

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533Conference: Socially - Assisted Dying: Media, money + Meaning1998

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534Samuel R. Gross, "Update: American Public Opinion on the Death Penalty - It's Getting Personal"1998

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535NAACP Legal Defense Fund Contact List1998

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536Christopher Slobogin, "Psychiatric Evidence in Criminal Trials: To Junk or not to Junk?"1998

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537Lawrence M. Solan, "Law, Language, and Lenity"1998

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538People v. Collins (Illinois, 1985)1998

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539United States v. Baltazar Saenz1998

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540James R. Acker and Charles S. Lanier, "Ready for the Defense? Legislative Provisions Governing the Appointment of Counsel in Capital Cases"1999

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541Jeffrey S. Adler, "The Negro Would be More Than an Angel to Withstand Such Treatment"1999

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542Article titles by R. George Wright and John H. Culver1999, 2000

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543John Blume, Theodore Eisnberg, and Martin T. Wells, "Explaining Death Row's Population and Racial Composition"1999

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544Clippings1999

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545Laura Dugan et. al., "Explaining the Decline in Intimate Partner Homicide"1999

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546Franzen v. Birkett1999

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547David Kocieniewski, "Trenton Court Upholds Law on Executions"1999

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548Law and Human Behavior1999

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549Jeffrey J. Pokorak, "Deadman Talking: Competing Narratives and Effective Representation in Capital Cases"1999

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550Jason M. Schoenberg, "Making the Constitutional Cut: Evaluating New York's Death Penalty Statute in Light of the Supreme Court's Capital Punishment Mandates"1999

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551Bruce A. Arrigo and Christopher R. Williams, "New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement Summer, 1999"2000

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552Articles by Phyllis L. Crocker2000, 2001

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553Richard R. W. Brooks, "Fear and Fairness in the City: Criminal Enforcement and Perceptions of Fairness in Minority Communities2000

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554Bush V. Gore decision2000

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554Clippings2000

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555Markus Dirk Dubber, "The Historical Analysis of Criminal Codes"2000

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556Eric M. Freedman, "Milestones in Habeas Corpus"2000

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557M. Catherine Healy, "New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement Summer, 1994"2000

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558Homicide Studies2000, 2002

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559James S. Liebman, et. al., "A Broken System: Error Rates in Capital Cases, 1973-1995"2000

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61James S. Liebman, "Columbia Law Review The Overproduction of Death"2000

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62David C. Baldus, et. al., "The Disposition of Nebraska Capital and Non-capital Homicide (1973-1999): A Legal and Empirical Analysis Final Report, Volume 1"2001

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63David C. Baldus, et. al., "The Disposition of Nebraska Capital and Non-Capital Homicide Cases (1973-1999): A Legal and Empirical Analysis - Volume 2, Tables, Figures, and Appendices"2001

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64David C. Baldus, et. al., "The Disposition of Nebraska Capital and Non-Capital Homicide Cases (1973-1999): A Legal and Empirical Analysis - Volume 3, Technical Appendices"2001

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65Susan Bandes Articles2001, 2002, 2004

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66Bracy and Collins v. Schomig and Cowan2001

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67Case Study on State and County Costs Associated with Capital Adjudication in Arizona: Data Set III Research Report to Arizona Capital Case Commission2001, 2010

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68Samuel R. Gross, "Second Thoughts: Americans' Views on the Death Penalty at the Turn of the Century"2001

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69Bill Jenkins, "What to do When the Police Leave: A Guide to the First Days of Traumatic Loss"2001

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610Michigan v. Jack Kevorkian - Pretrial Questionnaireca. 2001

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611Ronald J. Tabak Article and Reply with letter2001

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612American Bar Association: Ten Principles of a Public Defense Delivery System2002

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613Articles by Nancy S. Marder2001, 2002

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614Deborah W. Denno, "When Legislatures Delegate Death: The Troubling Paradox Behind State Uses of Electrocution and Lethal Injection and What it Says About Us"2002

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615Richard C. Dieter, "Blind Justice: Juries Deciding Life and Death with only Half the Truth"2002

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616Dignity Denied: The Experience of Murder Victims' Family Members Who Oppose the Death Penalty, published by Murder Victims' Families for reconciliation2002

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617Sean Groom, "Death Penalty Lawyers"2002

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618Paul J. Haase, " 'Oh My Darling Clemency': Existing or Possible Limitations on the use of the Presidential Pardon Power"2002

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619Illinois v. Ballard2002

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620Illinois v. George H. Ryan2002

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621William S. Lofquist, "Putting Them There, Keeping Them There, and Killing them: An Analysis of State-Level Variations in Death Penalty Intensity"2002

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622Lawrence C. Marshall, "Do Exonerations Prove that 'The System Works?'"2002

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623Lisa Madigan, "Time to act on reforms is now"2002

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624Material for the Italian Parliament - "La pena di morte nel mondo, nel diritto internazionale e nei Parlamenti dell'Unione Europea" (The Death Penalty in the world, in international law, and in the Parliaments of the European Union)2002, 2004

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625Material for the Italian Parliament - "Abolizione della pena di morte" (Abolition of the Death Penalty)2002, 2004

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626Texas report on failures of state criminal court2002

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627United States v. Quinones (U.S. District Court)2002

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628Criminology2003

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629Criminology + Public Policy2003

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630"Deal OK'd on death penalty reforms; Compromise paves way for bill to pass in fall veto session"2003

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631"Death Row in Ohio, 2003: The Case for a Study Commission"2003, 2004

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632Nora v. Demleitner, "Fordham Urban Law Journal"2003

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633Nancy J. King, "The Origins of Felony Jury Sentencing in the United States"2003

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634Lawrence C. Marshall, "The Innocence Revolution and the Death Penalty"2003

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635Performance Audit Report: Costs Incurred for Death Penalty Cases (Kansas)2003

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636Michael L. Radelet, "Capital Punishment in Colorado: 1859-1972"2003

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637State of Connecticut Commission on the Death Penalty2003

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638Scott Turow, "To Kill or Not to Kill"2003

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639United States v. Sampson2003

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640Katherine Baicker, "Advances in Economics Analysis & Policy"2004

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641Katherine Baicker, "The Budgetary Repercussions of Capital Convictions"2003, 2010

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642Margareth Etienne, "The Declining Utility of the Right to Counsel in Federal Criminal Courts…"2004

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643David Ferrara, "Lawyers Forsee Lasting Impact of Death Penalty Reforms"2004

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644Meg Gorecki discipline2004

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645Literature on clemency, George Ryan2004, 2005, 2008

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646John G. Morgan, "Tennessee's Death Penalty: Costs and Consequences"2004

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71"Scandal Touches Even Elite Labs; Flowed work, resistance to scrutiny seen across U.S."2004

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72State Bar of New Mexico Task Force to study the Administration of the Death Penalty in New Mexico2004

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73State Bar Task Force to Study the Administration of the Death Penalty in New Mexico2004

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74David Weisburd and Joseph Naus, Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court: Systemic Proportionality Review Project2004

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75David S. Baine, "Report to the New Jersey Supreme Court: Systemic Proportionality Review Project 2004-2005 Term"2005 December 15

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76"The Death Penalty in New York", a report on public hearings by Assembly Committees2005

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77Mary E. Forsberg, "Money for Nothing? The Financial Cost of New Jersey's Death Penalty"2005

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78Mary E. Forsberg, "Money for Nothing? The Financial Cost of New Jersey's Death Penalty"2005

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79Indian Law Journal Symposium: Toward a Model Death Penalty Code: The Massachusetts Governor's Council Report2005

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710Texas - Procedure in Capital Cases2005

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711"A Matter of Life and Death: The Effect of Life - Without - Parole Statues on Capital Punishment2006

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712Susan Bandes, "Howard Law Journal - Loyalty to One's Convictions: The Prosecutor and Tunnel Vision"2006

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713Joe Biden interview advertisement2006

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714Linda Bilmes and Joseph E. Stiglitz, "The Economic Costs of the Iraq War: An Appraisal Three Years after the Beginning of the Conflict"2006

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715Deborah W. Denno, "The Scientific Shortcomings of Roper v. Simmons"2006

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716James S. Liebman and Laurence C. Marshall, "Less is Better: Justice Stevens and the Narrowed Death Penalty"2006

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717Adam Liptak, "Citing Risk of Missteps, Judges Set Hurdles for Lethal Injection; The New York Times2006

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718State Indigent Defense Commissions2006

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719Atlanta journal - Constitution Death Penalty Series2007

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720Atlanta Journal - Constitution Series on Proportionality (Bienen Cited)2007

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721AVMA Guidelines on Euthanasia2007

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722Frederic Block, "A Slow Death", The New York Times op-ed2007

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723Capital Jury Project Publications Bibliography2007

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724Clippings2007

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725Tad friend, "Dean of Death Row"2007

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726Brenda Goodman, "Georgia Murder Case's Cost Saps Public Defense System"2007

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727David Heinzmann, "Lawyers seek Lineup Data: Lawsuit files in bid to rebut police study on new procedures"2007

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728Illinois Violent Death Reporting System2007

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729Adam Liptak, "Does Death Penalty Save Lives? A New Debate"2007, 2008

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730Justin F. Marceau, "Deference and Doubt: The Interaction of AEDPA" and Stephen I. Vladeck,"AEDPA, Saucier, and the Stronger Case for Rights - First Constitutional Adjudication"2007, 2009, 2010

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731New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission Report2007

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732New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission Report2007

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733New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission Report2007

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734New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission Report (Russo dissent p.81)2007

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735New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission Report - Issue 7 (Alternatives)2007

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736News Coverage of Costs of Brian Nichols case - State requests payment from Fulton County2007

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737Raymond Paternoster, et. al., "An Empirical Analysis of Maryland's Death Sentencing System with Respect to the Influence of Race and Legal Jurisdiction"2007

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738Racial Justice Act - congressional record and floor discussion 1988 - 19942007

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739Racial Justice Act - Federal bills introduced 1988 - 19942007

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740Sage Maidens of Cornell University2007

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741Thomas P. Sullivan, "Efforts to Improve The Illinois Capital Punishment System: worth the cost?"2007

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742Syllabus - Baze v. Rees2007

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743With Senate Vote, New Jersey Nears Repeal of Death Penalty2007 December 11

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81Baze v. Rees2008

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82Locke E. Bowman, "Lemonade out of Lemons: Can Wrongful Convictions Lead to Criminal Justice Reform?"2008

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83California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justiceca. 2008

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84California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice2008

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85California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice (Ryan Commission)2008, 2009

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86Death Row U.S.A.2008

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87Death Row U.S.A. : A quarterly report by the Criminal Justice Project of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Inc.2008

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88John J. Donohue III, "Capital Punishment in Connecticut, 1973 - 2007: A Comprehensive Evaluation from 4600 Murders to one Execution"2008

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89Erik Eckholm, "Citing Workload, Public Lawyers Reject New Cases"2008

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810The Justice System Journal, vol. 29, no. 32008

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811The Justice System Journal , vol. 29, no.32008

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812Thomas P. Sullivan, "Recording Federal Custodial Interviews"2008

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813Article on Georgia inability to pay for defense in capital cases2009

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814Clippings2009

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815Philip J. Cook, "Potential Savings from Abolition of the Death Penalty in North Carolina"2009

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816Troy Anthony Davis2009

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817Death Row U.S.A.2009

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818Federal Death Penalty Online Resources2009

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819"Getting it Right", Boston Bar Association Report2009, 2010

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820Gregg v. Georgia (1975) Syllabus2009

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821Literature on Plea Bargaining and the Death Penalty2009

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822Margery Malkin koosed, "Creighton Law Review - Performing Eyewitness Identification Law and Practices to Protect the Innocent"2009

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823New Mexico House Bill 2085 (abolishing the death penalty)2009

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824New York v. Fernando Bermudez2009

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825Northwestern Innocence Project Article2009

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826"One in 31: The Long Reach of American Corrections"2009

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827Proffitt v. Florida (1975) Syllabus2009

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828Bill Rankin, "State can't Afford to defend capital murder cases"2009

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829Regional Murder Rates 1996-20082009

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830Report of the Council to the Membership of the American Law Institute on the Matter of the Death Penalty2009

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831Roberts v. Louisiana, Syllabus2009

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832"Smart on Crime: Reconsidering the Death Penalty in a Time of Economic Crisis - National Poll of Police Chiefs Pats Capital Punishment at the Bottom of Law Enforcement Priorities"2009

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833Thomas P. Sullivan and Andrew W. Vail, "The Consequences of Law Enforcement Officials Failure to Record Custodial Interviews as Required by Law"2009

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834Annie Sweeney, "Chicago Homicides Drop"2009

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835Eric A. Tirschwell and Theodore Hertzberg, "Politics and Prosecution: A Historical Perspective on Shifting Federal Standards for Pursuing the Death Penalty in Non-Death Penalty States"2009

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836Rob Warden, "Reflections on Capital Punishment"2009

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837Rob Warden, "Reflections on Capital Punishment"2009

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838Carol J. Williams, "Death Penalty is considered a boon by some California Inmates"2009

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839Marcia J. Wilson, "The Application of the Death Penalty in New Mexico, July 1979 through December 2007: An Empirical Analysis"2009

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840Woodson v. North Carolina (1975) Syllabus2009

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841John H. Blume, "The Times they are A-Changin' (or are they?)"2010

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842Quintin Chatman, "The War against Capital Punishment"2010

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843Clippings2010

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844Crim Prof Blog, "Cleared and Pondering the Value of 27 Years"2010

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845Theodore Eisenberg and Sheri Lynn Johnson, "The Transformation of Capital Punishment"2010

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846Equal Justice Initiative, "Illegal Racial Discrimination in Jury Selection: A Continuing Legacy"2010

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847Adam M. Gershowitz, "Statewide Capital Punishment : The Case for Eliminating Countries' Role in the Death Penalty"2010

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848William Glaberson, "Reliving Horror in a Test for the Death Penalty"2010

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849Samuel R. Gross, "How the Death Penalty works: Empirical Studies of the Modern Capital Sentencing System" from 1998 Cornell Law Review Symposium2010

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850Illinois Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty Quarterly Newsletter2010

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851Illinois is Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty Annual Report2010

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852Kitchen v. Burge et. al.2010

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853David J. Luban, "The Conscience of a Prosecutor"2010

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854Adam Liptak, "Stevens Settles Legal Mystery in Frank Essay2010

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855Juan A. Lozano, "DA claims Texas Judge has Death Penalty Bias"2010

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856Robert J. Martin, "Killing Capital Punishment in New Jersey: The First State in Modern History to Repeal it's Death Penalty Statute"2010

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857"Outlaw the Death Penalty to save lives and cash", Chicago Sun-Times2010

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858"Padilla v. Kentucky: The Right to counsel and the Collateral Consequences of Conviction"2010

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859Southern Center for Human Rights newsletter2010

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860Texas Judge declares death penalty unconstitutional2010

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861Mary Williams Walsh, "Eight States Have Shortchanged pensions, study finds"2010

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862Charles N. Wheeler III "Public Opinion Appears to Have Shifted in the Capital Punishment Debate"2010

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91John J. Donohue III, Capital Punishment in Connecticut, 1973 - 2007: A Comprehensive Evaluation from 4686 Murders to one Execution2011

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92ClippingsUndated

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93"Conversational Analysis Can Turn Tape Cases Around"Undated

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94Karen Ross Demers, "The Medicalization of the Death Penalty"Undated

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95"The Hidden Death Tax: The Secret Costs of Seeking Execution in California"Undated

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96Jury QuestionnaireUndated

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97Mental Retardation: Definition, Classification and Systems of Supports (excerpts)Undated

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98New Hampshire Attorney GeneralUndated

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99New Jersey v. Gwain WynnUndated

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910"Governor Quinn should empty death row"Undated

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911Mental RetardationUndated

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912Juror QuestionnaireUndated

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913Nebraska v. WilliamsUndated

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914United States v. James T. MurphyUndated