Under what circumstances, if any, should our government put someone to death? Does our current system ensure that everyone gets a fair chance at justice? If there are problems, is it worth investing the necessary time and money to fix it?
After focusing our first few weeks on international issues, in our fourth case study we turned our attention to one of our thorniest domestic ethical issues: the death penalty. In our exploration we met with three distinguished attorneys, each at a different stage of his career. Each gave a different view on the topic and each provoked us into a greater understanding of the issue’s complexities.Read More