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ALLEN CHAIR ISSUE 2015: LETHAL INJECTION, POLITICS, AND THE FUTURE OF THE DEATH PENALTY

The Executioners’ Dilemmas
Eric Berger

The Role of Race, Poverty, Intellectual Disability and Mental Illness in the Decline of the Death Penalty
Stephen B. Bright

Interview with
Gerald “Strong Spear” Cruz

The Future of the Death Penalty in the United States
Richard C. Dieter

A Shot in the Dark: Why Virginia Should Abandon Its Use of Lethal Injection as the Primary Method for Execution in Favor of Firing Squads
P. Thomas DiStanislao III

Death as a Bargaining Chip: Plea Bargaining and the Future of Virginia’s Death Penalty
John G. Douglass

A Pink Cadillac, an IQ of 63, and a Fourteen-Year-Old Black Child from South Carolina: Why I No Longer Support the Death Penalty
Mark L. Early

Interrogation Policies
Brandon L. Garrett

Witnessing Executions
Frank Green

The Politics of Botched Executions
Corinna Barrett Lain

Repairing “The Machinery of Death” by Amending the Federal Death Penalty Act
Ann Reid

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Stephen Smith

[Working Title]
Mary Kelly Tate