The Death Penalty and Public Opinion

The Death Penalty and Public Opinion

This paper examines the role of public opinion on the death penalty and the attitude of the courts towards it.


The Death Penalty and Public Opinion
Myron Zlotnick
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Myron Zlotnick is a former law lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand. He holds a BA LLB in Law and Politics from Rhodes University.

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