One of the clearest voices

One of the clearest voices on criminal law issues, and the death penalty in particular, belongs to my good friend Bill Otis, formerly of the Justice Department and now an adjunct professor of law at George Mason University. Here, in the New York Times online death penalty forum, he exposes the problems with the death penalty moratorium movement. You’ll probably want to skip the noise at the beginning of the link and scroll down a bit to the 8:44 a.m. Nov. 13 post for Bill’s six point analysis.

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