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Capital Punishment in Context

Capital Punishment in Context

Capital Punishment in Context, an innovative college-level curriculum that provides professors and students with engaging material that supports the development of research and analytical skills of students by building upon their existing interest in the death penalty. The new Web-based curriculum uses real-life capital cases and a broad spectrum of supportive resources to bring this important issue to life in college classrooms throughout the country. Capital Punishment in Context contains two teaching cases of individuals who were sentenced to death in the United States, Gary Graham and Juan Raul Garza. The curriculum provides a detailed narrative account of each individual’s legal case, including resources such as the original reports from the homicide investigation, affidavits, and... Show More


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