Prof. Ledewitz on WESA about hate crimes and the death penalty
Duquesne Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz talks about the complexities of the death penalty in terms of the Tree of Life murderer. Execution once was a religious ritual meant to help defendants pay for their sins. What do we do today?
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