H. M. S.: His Majesty's Ships and Their Forbears
Studio publications, 1940 - 328 páginas
The Death Penalty Information Center, based in Washington, D.C., presents the full text of an October 1995 article entitled "With Justice for Few: The Growing Crisis in Death Penalty Representation," by Richard C. Dieter. The article discusses the problems of legal representation for those facing the death penalty in the United States, including attorney ineptitude and the politics of judicial decisions.
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FOREWORD By Admiral Sir Edward R G R Evans
EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
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