Session 42: CU3 -> Capital Punishment for Juveniles: Developmental Versus Political Arguments
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Wednesday, November 19
Place: Tower A
Session Chair: Laurence Armand French, Prairie View A&M University
Culpability and Capital Punishment: Implications of Atkins for Executing Juveniles
by: Barry C. Feld, University of Minnesota Law School (Corresponding)
Death Qualifying Teens in U.S. Courts: Clinical/Legal Considerations
by: Laurence Armand French, Prairie View A&M University (Corresponding)
Public Views on Sentencing Juvenile Murderers: The Impact of Offender, Offense, and Perceived Maturity
by: Brandon K. Applegate, University of Central Florida (Corresponding)
Robin King Davis, University of Central Florida
Victims' Rights in Juvenile Justice
by: Theresa A. Severance, Eastern Connecticut State University (Corresponding)
Alan S. Bruce, Quinnipiac University

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