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Rethinking Death Penalty Reform: The Case Against Death-qualified Juries

By Anonymous¬†Associate Editor Since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty through Gregg in 1976, racial bias has continued to pervade its administration.[1] 34.5% of defendants executed have been Black and 55.6% have been white,[2] despite the fact that … Continue reading

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