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An Analysis of Death Penalty Decisions from the October 2006 Supreme Court Term

By Richard Klein
Topics: death penalty, supreme court, 2006, death penalty jurisprudence, under eighteen years, racial bias, jury selection, incompetence of defense counsel, instructions to jury, Uttecht v. Brown, Uttecht, mitigating factors, aggravating factors, mitigating evidence, death qualified jurors, death qualified jury, elimination of a juror, exclusion of a jury, AEDPA, Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act, Texas, Abdul-Kabir v. Quarterman, capital cases, capital punishment cases, Abdul-Kabir, Abdul Kabir, Brewer v. Quarterman, brewer, Smith v. Texas, harmless error, Panetti v. Quarterman, Panetti, Ford v. Wainwright, 8th amendment, eighth amendment, mental condition of defendant, competence of defendant, mental competency, Civil Rights and Discrimination, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Jurisprudence, Juvenile Law, Law Enforcement and Corrections, Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Legal Profession
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Touro Law Center
Year: 2014
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