The unintended, entirely foreseeable though perhaps unavoidable consequences of litigating the abolition of capital punishment

Hodgkinson, P. 2005. The unintended, entirely foreseeable though perhaps unavoidable consequences of litigating the abolition of capital punishment. Amicus Journal. 13, pp. 35-37.

TitleThe unintended, entirely foreseeable though perhaps unavoidable consequences of litigating the abolition of capital punishment
AuthorsHodgkinson, P.
JournalAmicus Journal
Journal citation13, pp. 35-37
Year2005
Publication dates
Published2005

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