Welcome to the Death Penalty Research Guide. Here you can find resources from the Library and the web to assist you with research and class assignments.
Questions related to the Death Penalty
Accusers with have mental disabilities • Does the death penalty deter crimes? • Why was the death penalty created? • History of Crimes Against Children • Can the death penalty be justified? • Death Penalty justice or murder? • Does the Death Penalty Defer Crimes?
Wrongful Convictions • Assisted Suicide • Prison and Corrections Issues • Economic Costs of the Death Penalty • Lethal Injection Mishaps/ Botched Executions
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