Rebecca Woodman, J.D. Capital Appellate Defender, Adjunct Faculty Washburn Law School
March 7th at 7pm, Shawnee Room - Washburn University Union
In 1972 the United States Supreme Court ruled the death penalty, as then used, was unconstitutional because of arbitrariness. Four years later, the Court approved laws that had supposedly fixed the arbitrariness found in the Furman case. Come and learn more about how the fatal flaws that were present in 1972 still haunt the capital punishment process today.
Sponsered by Amnesty International Group 717 and Criminal Justice Club, Pre-Law Club and Oxfam at Washburn
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