Rehnquist’s Stern Legacy On Death-Row Appeals

Print More,9171,1101030630-460212,00.html Whether or not U.S. Chief Justice William Rehnquist retires soon, his legacy in criminal law and many other important areas of jurisprudence is clear, Time magazine says. Capital punishment is the example chosen by Time to illustrate Rehnquist’s influence in the criminal area. Death-row inmates file appeal after appeal, allowing them to postpone execution
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