Vol. 8 (1994)
The Sanist Lives of Jurors in Death Penalty Cases: The Puzzling Role of Mitigating Mental Disability Evidence
Michael L. Perlin
Michael L. Perlin,
The Sanist Lives of Jurors in Death Penalty Cases: The Puzzling Role of Mitigating Mental Disability Evidence,
Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y
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