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Constitution Project Salutes Supreme Court Ruling Guaranteeing Counsel in Clemency Proceedings
Supreme Court Ruling a Miscarriage of Justice: Decision Permits Execution of Troy Davis
The Constitution Project files Amicus brief in Harbison v. Bell
The Constitution Project’s amicus brief in Harbison v. Bell, submitted on September 15, 2008, highlights the critical role that clemency plays in the American system of justice. Throughout its jurisprudence, the Supreme Court has widely recognized and relied upon clemency as a backstop to any fallibility in the criminal justice system, reinforcing the view that Congress’s provision of federally-funded counsel for capital defendants includes the clemency process.
The Constitution Project files Amicus brief in Harbison v. Bell
The Constitution Project’s amicus brief in Harbison v. Bell, submitted on September 15, 2008, highlights the critical role that clemency plays in the American system of justice. Throughout its jurisprudence, the Supreme Court has widely recognized and relied upon clemency as a backstop to any fallibility in the criminal justice system, reinforcing the view that Congress’s provision of federally-funded counsel for capital defendants includes the clemency process.
St. Petersburg Times features article, “Justice System Fails on Many Fronts” by Gerald Kogan
Supreme Court Rejects Death Penalty for Non-Homicide Rape
Atlantic Journal Constitution features article, “Fallible Legal System Must Avoid Injustice,” by Judge William S. Sessions
Constitution Project Disappointed in Denial of New Hearing for Troy Anthony Davis
Video and Transcript of Kogan Testimony on California Death Penalty Now Available
Constitution Project Welcomes Renewed Death Penalty Debate as New Jersey Abolishes
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