FIU Law receives grant to educate defense lawyers handling capital cases

FIU Law receives grant to educate defense lawyers handling capital cases

FIU Law receives grant to educate defense lawyers handling capital cases

Sentenced to death.

No matter a person’s moral, ethical or religious beliefs when it comes to the death penalty, a person facing this judgment should have received highly competent representation from his or her attorney during trial.

It’s the well-investigated and proper presentation of all of the mitigating circumstances made to the prosecutor, jury and judge that assists them in making a fully informed and intelligent decision as to whether someone should face the death penalty.

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