Capital Defense Journal
The Capital Defense Journal is owned by Washington & Lee University. It is published semiannually by the students in the Virginia Capital Case Clearinghouse at Washington & Lee University. All material in the Journal is student written.
Recent articles include:
Damien P. Delaney, Better to Let Ten Guilty Men Live: The Presumption of Life - A Principle to Govern Capital Sentencing, 14 Cap. Def. J. 283 (2002).
Kathryn Roe Eldridge, Racial Disparities in the Capital System: Invidious or Accidental, 14 Cap. Def. J. 305 (2002).
Erika L. Patrick, Protecting the Defendant's Right to Fair Trial in the Information Age, 15 Cap. Def. J. 71 (2003).
Edmund P. Power, Too Young to Die: The Juvenile Death Penalty After Atkins v. Virginia, 15 Cap. Def. J. 93 (2003).
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