Mimi Wesson Liane and University of Colorado law professor Mimi Wesson talk about the death penalty in light of the Illinois' governor decision to pass a moratorium on capital punishment pending a judicial review. They discuss some of the reasons why defendants are wrongfully accused and whether or not the Illinois decision will affect they way in which capital punishment is administered nationally.
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Mimi Wesson

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Mimi Wesson

Mimi Wesson

Mimi Wesson

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Liane and University of Colorado law professor Mimi Wesson talk about the death penalty in light of the Illinois' governor decision to pass a moratorium on capital punishment pending a judicial review. They discuss some of the reasons why defendants are wrongfully accused and whether or not the Illinois decision will affect they way in which capital punishment is administered nationally.