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  • As N.H. considers repealing the death penalty, the lone man on death row looms large

    Boston Globe - 05/17/2019

    “When we talk about the death penalty in the abstract, there’s a growing movement toward abolition because of concerns about fairness, accuracy, discrimination, and cruelty,” Northeastern University law professor Daniel Medwed said. “But on a granular level, in an individual case, it gets complicated.”

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