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The Great Equalizer: Civil Rights and the Second Amendment
Nicholas Johnson in National Review, August 25, 2014
Exclusive Emails Show Ohio Was Worried About Its Untested Execution Drugs
Deborah Denno in The New Republic, August 17, 2014
As Ohio debates lethal injection protocol, national experts raise concerns
Deborah Denno in Ideastream, August 13, 2014
How Far Have We Come a Year After Stop and Frisk Ruling?
Ian Weinstein on WNYC, August 12, 2014
Louisiana Government Tricked Hospital into Supplying Execution Drug
Deborah Denno in All Gov, August 10, 2014
Louisiana Government Tricked Hospital into Supplying Execution Drug
Deborah Denno in News All the Time, August 10, 2014
China Convicts Two Foreign GSK Investigators
Geoffrey Sant in The Wall Street Journal , August 8, 2014
Trial Challenges Bank's Liability in Terrorist Acts
Geoffrey Sant in New York Law Journal, August 8, 2014
Jodi Arias trial, death penalty under scrutiny before retrial of sentencing
Deborah Denno in Examiner.com, August 7, 2014
Who Gets to See the CIA Torture Report
Karen Greenberg on The Brian Lehrer Show (WNYC), August 7, 2014
Can the Death Penalty Survive Lethal Injection?
Deborah Denno in US News and World Report, August 7, 2014
In rush to find lethal injection drug, prison officials turned to a hospital
Deborah Denno in The Lens, August 6, 2014
Another Botched Execution in Arizona Calls into Question Ethics of Capital Punishment
Deborah Denno in Between the Lines, August 6, 2014
Nonprofit Hospital Finds Itself Unwitting Partner to Planned Execution
Deborah Denno in Non-Profit Quarterly, August 6, 2014
2 states carry on with executions using sedative
Deborah Denno in Winston-Salem Journal, August 4, 2014
2 states carry on with executions using sedative
Deborah Denno in MSN News, August 4, 2014
2 states carry on with executions using sedative
Deborah Denno in The Kansas City Star, August 4, 2014
Single drug, pentobarbital, gains favor for executions
Deborah Denno in Trib Live, August 4, 2014
Missouri carries on with executions using sedative
Deborah Denno in Lake News Online, August 4, 2014
2 states carry on with executions using sedative
Deborah Denno in Beaumont Enterprise, August 4, 2014
Chinese Companies Sued in America for Violating the Law Vigorously Defend the Complaint from the Beginning
Geoffrey Sant on Phoenix Television (China), August 3, 2014
After first drug dose failed to kill Arizona inmate, logs show 14 more
Deborah Denno in Los Angeles Times, August 2, 2014
Still No One Charged Eight Weeks After Death of Mentally-ill Rikers Island Inmate was Declared a Homicide
Jim Cohen in New York Daily News, August 1, 2014
Executed Arizona Inmate Got 15 Times Standard Dose, Lawyers Say
Deborah Denno in New York Times, August 1, 2014
Scrutiny flares as next Missouri execution looms
Deborah Denno in The Kansas City Star, August 1, 2014