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The Death Penalty Tyler Fletcher Fall 2006 Political Science Capstone
Worldwide Perspective United States views on the Death penalty compared to other countries The execution of Juveniles and the mentally retarded Protection for those facing the Death penalty
History of the Death Penalty Colonial America The Early United States Statehood, Slavery, and the Western Frontier Alabama History
Influential Court Cases involving the Death Penalty Woodson v. North Carolina Gregg v. Georgia Jurek v. Texas Roberts v. Louisiana Proffit v. Florida
States with and without the Death Penalty Twelve states do not practice the death penalty Thirty Nine states do practice the death penalty with the southern states executing the most
Public Opinion on the Death Penalty Is the Death Penalty Cruel and Unusual Punishment? Does the Death Penalty deter crime? DNA testing and the risk of mistake
Methods of Execution in the United States Lethal Injection Electrocution Lethal Gas Hanging Firing Squad
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