Kent Scheidegger

Criminal Justice Legal Foundation

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Legal director for the Criminal Justice Legal Foundation, an organization that supports the rights of victims of crime

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A State Supreme Court majority has refused to review the murder conviction of a 10-year-old boy who confessed to killing his father.

Should Kids Be Allowed to Waive Their Right to Remain Silent?

A State Supreme Court majority has refused to review the murder conviction of a 10-year-old boy who confessed to killing his father.

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This week, by a vote of five to four, the  US Supreme Court approved  part of a three-drug cocktail used for executions in Oklahoma.

Is There a Way – and the Will -- to Resume Executions in California?

This week, by a vote of five to four, the US Supreme Court approved part of a three-drug cocktail used for executions in Oklahoma.

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Capital punishment is on the decline in the US, though it's still on the books in 32 states with more than 3000 inmates on death row.

Do We Still Need the Death Penalty?

Capital punishment is on the decline in the US, though it's still on the books in 32 states with more than 3000 inmates on death row.

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