‘Obsolete Laws, Unfair Trials’ Created North Carolina’s Outsized Death Row: Study
The Crime Report
October 9, 2018

“Although North Carolina hasn’t carried out an execution since 2006, more than 140 men and women remain on death row—and more than three-quarters of them were sentenced under penalty laws that have long since been abandoned in favor of reforms that de-emphasize capital punishment, according to an investigation by the Center for Death Penalty Litigation.”

Read full article.

Get the newsletter