This is a well talked about and researched area. I've found several
resources with both professional video's and some with free excerpts
which you can listen too or watch on your home computer
This website starts the free information area.
Audio and Video clips
"Witness to an Execution" Copyright 2000, NPR This program first aired
in October 2000 on "All Things Considered." It is a collection of
statements, observations, feelings, etc. presented by people involved
in the administration of the death penalty in Texas.
Copyright 2002, NPR Radio Show
How do jurors decide who should live and who should die? This report
is divided into three parts: Juror Responsibility, Juror Confusion,
and Juror Bias.
The Thin Blue Line is available through Amazon
Stats and Facts about the Death Penalty
Death Penalty Information Center
A wide variety of "information topics" on the death penalty.
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics
The basic annual primer on the death penalty put out by the U.S.
Death Row USA
A quarterly report by the Capital Punishment Project of the NAACP
Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc
Capital Punishment Statistics from the Bureau of Justice Statistics
Capital Punishment 2000
This annual Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletin presents
characteristics of persons under sentence of death on December 31,
2000, and of persons executed in 2000. The report summarizes the
movement of prisoners into and out of death sentence status during the
The Death Penalty in 2001: Year End Report from the Death Penalty
Information Center (PDF format)
Capital Defense Weekly
Maintained by Karl R. Keys, a Massachusetts attorney.
Reports on the Death Penalty
Killing with Prejudice: Race and Death Penalty in the USA, Amnesty
A Broken System: Error Rates in Capital Cases, 1973-1995, Columbia Law
The Death Penalty: Pro and Con, PBS's Frontline
National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
The Moratorium Campaign
Death Penalty Projects
Death Penalty Initiative of the The Constitution Project
A bipartisan committee of death penalty supporters and opponents who
agree that the risk of wrongful executions in this country is
Cornell Law School Death Penalty Project
Stanely Milgram site
"The Man Who Shocked the World", Psychology Today article about
In the News
Washington Post Web site for recent death penalty rulings
On Being a Juror
Your Rights As a Juror, Fully Informed Jury Association
Also by Alan Berlow
"The Wrong Man." by Alan Berlow, Atlantic Monthly
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