Step into the complex and contentious world of the death penalty in the United States – a topic that has haunted the country’s history for centuries. From the early days of the colonies to the present, the practice of sentencing criminals to death has been a hotly debated issue, one that has polarized even the most seasoned legal professionals and human rights advocates.
Content Warnings: murder, sexual assault, mentions of suicide, death penalty cases, insensitive discussions of mental illness
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This episode was written & had production assistance by Jesse Hawke. Content editing by your host, Lanie.
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