Ronald Tabak

Steering Committee Member, ABA's Death Penalty Moratorium Implementation Project

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Attorney and member of the Steering Committee of the American Bar Association’s Death Penalty Moratorium Implementation Project

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Because death is the ultimate penalty—the one that cannot be revoked--the administration of capital punishment is always under review.

Time for a Change in the Death Penalty?

Because death is the ultimate penalty—the one that cannot be revoked--the administration of capital punishment is always under review.

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