Ellen Kreitzberg

Director of the Death Penalty College, professor at Santa Clara University School of Law

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Ellen Kreitzberg on KCRW

Watson “Al” Allison discusses his decades on death row, and how his freedom and career path inspires others. Law professor Ellen Kreitzberg explains the bias behind the death penalty.

Death penalty is ‘political football.’ One man found freedom

Watson “Al” Allison discusses his decades on death row, and how his freedom and career path inspires others. Law professor Ellen Kreitzberg explains the bias behind the death penalty.

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