Tag:Death Penalty

Book Announced for Inaugural Mizzou Law One Read Program

June 30th, 2015

The inaugural Mizzou Law One Read program kicks off this fall with Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson. Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to read the book during the summer and participate in discussions and events relating to

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Professor Litton Publishes on Today’s U.S. Supreme Court Oral Argument

April 29th, 2015

Professor Paul Litton and Dr. David Waisel, professor of anesthesia at Harvard Medical School, have published an article in The New Republic on Glossip v. Gross, which is being argued today in front of the United States

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Professor Litton and Colleagues Propose Rule to Supreme Court of Missouri

March 12th, 2015

Professor Paul Litton, with other members of the Missouri Death Penalty Assessment Team assembled by the American Bar Association, proposed in their individual capacities new rules to the Supreme Court of Missouri regarding the representation of death

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Professor Litton Speaks at Missouri Capitol on the Death Penalty Reform

February 11th, 2015

Professor Paul Litton spoke at a press conference at the Missouri Capitol in support of a bill introduced by Rep. John Rizzo (D-Kansas City) that calls for a death penalty moratorium during which a bipartisan task force,

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Professors Uphoff and Litton Present at Seminar at the Missouri Capitol

February 12th, 2014

Missouri State Senator Joseph Keaveny invited Prof. Rod Uphoff and Prof. Paul Litton to hold a seminar in the state capitol for legislators and other stakeholders to explain the need for criminal procedure reforms proposed in Senate

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