It hasn't (been a campaign issue) recently, since Democrats decided it didn't make sense to be rigidly opposed to the death
penalty,'' Jeffe said.
Prejean vows to keep working for an end to the death
penalty, and that is good news.
And that means we now have a principled opposition to the death
The experience of a loss due to the death
of a loved one is an intensely individualized process.
When it comes to the death
penalty, white lives are considered more valuable than black lives in Maryland," Richard Dieter says of the Death Penalty Information Center.
William Worden, "Children's reactions to the death
of a parent," 300-316 in Stroebe, Stroebe and Hansson eds.
The death rates attributable to bacteremia, endocarditis, or community-acquired pneumonia were assumed to be equal to the death
rates found when these infections were coded as a primary diagnosis in SPARCS and 041.
Koretz said his concern was not based on moral opposition to the death
penalty itself, to which he admitted having ``mixed feelings,'' but to the accuracy and fairness of the justice system in applying it.
Anyone who pays attention to the death
penalty can feel it.
The death of Jonathan Pearson's brother-in-law, Mahlon Hosford, often useful comparisons both to the community reaction to William Palmer's passing, and to Pearson's heart-felt response to the death
of his own son Henry.
So long as a majority of the judges of the 9th Circuit believe they can and should impose their personal opposition to the death
penalty over the legislated wishes of the people of California, we can expect these outrageous miscarriages of justice to continue.
At times, Bush seems insensitive to the plight of the people he is sending to the death
Opposition to the death
penalty was largely responsible for voters ousting Rose Bird, former chief justice of the state Supreme Court, and two other justices in the 1980s.