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Death Penalty Seminar: Issues in Capital Punishment: Getting Started

This guide serves as an introduction to the resources available about the Death Penalty, specifically for LAW 6518 Death Penalty Seminar: Issues in Capital Punishment.

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How to Use this Guide

Welcome to the Death Penalty Seminar: Issues in Capital Punishment Research Guide!

Capital punishment is a vast area of study that intersects with many other fields of law. This research guide is intended as a starting point for researching death penalty and capital punishment issues in the United States and is aimed at assisting current Barry Law students. As a starting point, the materials in this guide cover various aspects of capital punishment and in varying depths. Use the materials to provide a foundation for your topic as well as a guide to other sources. 

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