Public hearing before New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission :testimony concerning whether the death penalty serves a legitimate penological intent, such as deterrence; whether the penological interest in executing some of those guilty of murder is sufficiently compelling that the risk of an irreversible mistake is acceptable; whether the death penalty is consistent with evolving standards of decency : [July 19, 2006, Trenton, New Jersey] /meeting recorded and transcribed by the Office of Legislative Services, Public Information Office, Hearing Unit

DSpace Repository

Digital Jerseyana Collection | New Jersey State Publications Digital Library| About NJ Digital Collections

Public hearing before New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission :testimony concerning whether the death penalty serves a legitimate penological intent, such as deterrence; whether the penological interest in executing some of those guilty of murder is sufficiently compelling that the risk of an irreversible mistake is acceptable; whether the death penalty is consistent with evolving standards of decency : [July 19, 2006, Trenton, New Jersey] /meeting recorded and transcribed by the Office of Legislative Services, Public Information Office, Hearing Unit

Show full item record

Title: Public hearing before New Jersey Death Penalty Study Commission :testimony concerning whether the death penalty serves a legitimate penological intent, such as deterrence; whether the penological interest in executing some of those guilty of murder is sufficiently compelling that the risk of an irreversible mistake is acceptable; whether the death penalty is consistent with evolving standards of decency : [July 19, 2006, Trenton, New Jersey] /meeting recorded and transcribed by the Office of Legislative Services, Public Information Office, Hearing Unit
Author: New Jersey.Death Penalty Study Commission
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10929/21642
Date: 2006


Files in this item

Files Size Format View
c2442006.pdf 206.5Kb PDF View/Open

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show full item record

Search DSpace


Advanced Search

Browse