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Askenazi has consulted on, and testified for as needed, include: State of Ohio v.

Rodney Stutzman — Capital case, Competency evaluations; Repeatedly found incompetent and unrestorable, convicted and under court jurisdiction U. Lincoln Rutledge — Capital sentencing case U.

Evaluation for Capital Sentencing

Paul A. Ciancia — Capital murder case; specification of death removed and defendant pled guilty State of Ohio v.

Michael D. Andrew D.

This book addresses the evaluation of criminals for capital sentencing, and looks at the history and importance of this process, the legal standards and the procedure for applying this evaluation in court. Established empirical foundations from the behavioral, social, and medical sciences are then presented.

Winter 2016 Conducting Mental Health Evaluations for Capital Sentencing Proceedings

Finally, the book provides a detailed "how-to" for practitioners, including information on data collection, interpretation, report writing and expert testimony. About the Author.

John J. Donohue , Stanford Law School.

Evaluations Addressing Mitigation in Capital Sentencing - Oxford Scholarship

This study explores and evaluates the application of the death penalty in Connecticut from until , a period during which murders were committed in the state. The objective is to assess whether the system operates lawfully and reasonably or is marred by arbitrariness, caprice, or discrimination.


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My empirical approach has three components.

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