The Death Penalty and the State Constitution
Origins 2001 April 5; 30(42): 684
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Criminal Law -- Imposing the Death Penalty on Capital Defendants Who Are Mentally Retarded Is Not Prohibited by the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution if Instructions to the Jury Allow for the Consideration of Mental Retardation as a Mitigating Factor -- Penry v. Lynaugh, 109 S. Ct. 2934 (1989) Hinton, Linda L. (1989)
A Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment to Section 2 of Article I of the State Constitution Relating to Death With Dignity Unknown author (Florida. Legislature. House, 1974)
The effect of political ideology of the three branches of state governments and socio-economic factors on the presence of death penalty statutes Ryu, Seung-Hyun. (Georgetown University, 2009)