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BP News: Death Penalty Biblical, Not Vengeful, Southern Seminary's Moore Says http://www.bpnews.net/bpnews.asp?ID=12151
A response to Russell Moore's appearance on Kentucky Tonight.

Bring Back Capital Punishment http://www.tpg1.com/protest/federal/cp/cpmain.html
A Canadian group trying to gain public support for their cause. Offers petitions and a forum.

Bronson: Still Guilty http://enquirer.com/columns/bronson/2000/06/18/pb_bronson_death.html
Peter Bronson challenges the assertion that innocent people are executed.

Capital Punishment http://www.angelfire.com/fl3/floridajustice/
The opinions of Errol McInnes, a Florida resident. Includes the account of a family member on their murdered child.

Capital Punishment http://www.leaderu.com/orgs/probe/docs/cap-pun.html
Article by Kerby Anderson that examines Old Testament law and New Testament principles regarding capital punishment.




Capital Punishment http://www.bridgeport.edu/~darmri/capital.html
Short essay in defense of capital punishment.

Capital Punishment: Right or Wrong http://www.epm.org/articles/cappun.html
Article by Christian author, Randy Alcorn.

Casey's Critical Thinking: The Death Penalty http://www.carmical.net/articles/deathpenalty.html
Written by Casey Carmical on capital punishment as a morally acceptable punishment.

Christianity.com: The Death Penalty (A Christian Defense) http://www.christianity.com/CC/article/1,1183,PTID1000|CHID|CIID132640,00.html
Artible by Tom Flannery argues that governments have the moral authority and obligation to execute capital punishment.

Death Penalty Information http://www.dpinfo.com/
Includes articles, news, and opinions.




False Confessions http://www.prodeathpenalty.com/guilt.htm
An examination of alleged cases of wrongful conviction from false confessions by law professor Paul G. Cassell.

God and the Death Penalty http://www.theologyonline.com/DEATH.HTML
Asserts the death penalty is mandated from a Christian perspective.

Liberty on Rights and Capital Punishment http://home.earthlink.net/~rdmadden/webdocs/Capital_Punishment.html
An article by Russell Madden examining inalienable rights of prisoners.

Message from the Prosecuting Attorney http://www.clarkprosecutor.org/html/death/death.htm
Prosecuting Attorney of Clark County, Indiana presents a defense through articles and links.

National Review Online: Not So Innocent http://www.nationalreview.com/ponnuru/ponnuru100102.asp
Article by Ramesh Ponnuru. Examines claims by the Death Penalty Information Center that innocents have been released.




OpinionJournal: An Infinite Wrong http://www.opinionjournal.com/columnists/dhenninger/?id=110002556
Article by Daniel Henninger. Discusses the Beltway snipers case.

Pro Capital Punishment Page http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Capsule/2698/cp.html
Offers statistics implying that capital punishment does deter crime.

Pro Death Penalty Articles http://www.dpinfo.com/dpnews.htm
A collection of articles and editorials from Dudley Sharp, Director of Death Penalty Resources at Justice for All.

Pro-Death Penalty http://www.prodeathpenalty.com/
Contains case information for scheduled execution, a collection of links, issue debates, and current news articles.

Pro-life and Pro-Capital Punishment http://www.roman-catholic.com/Roman/Articles/CapitalPunishment.htm
Article explores the apparent contradiction in being pro-life and pro-death penalty.




Sentiment as Social Justice: The Ethics of Capital Punishment http://www.equip.org/free/DE205.htm
Article from the Christian Research Institute dealing with capital punishment and rebutting the argument of a "higher" Christian ethic.

Speech in Favor of Capital Punishment http://ethics.sandiego.edu/Mill.html
John Stuart Mill's famous speech explaining why execution is utilitarian.

Stand to Reason: Capital Punishment http://www.str.org/free/commentaries/social_issues/cap_pun.htm
A commentary by Gregory Koukl suggesting that one's view of capital punishment says a lot about his or her view of mankind.

Stand to Reason: The Bible and Capital Punishment http://www.str.org/free/studies/capipuni.htm
Article by Gregory Koukl with supporting Bible verses.

StudyWorld: Debate Over Capital Punishment http://www.studyworld.com/moral_issues/capital_punishment/debate_over_capital_punishment.htm
An article with information on different methods of implementation.




Tektonics: Life for a Life http://www.tektonics.org/af/cappun.html
A biblical look by James Patrick Holding with supporting verses cited on both sides of the issue.

Testimony Before the House Judiciary http://www.law.utah.edu/faculty/websites/cassellp/TESthousehearing.htm
Statement from a Utah college law professor to Congress.

The Death Penalty http://ourworld.compuserve.com/HOMEPAGES/REMNANT/death2.htm
An analysis by Solange Strong Hertz with biblical references.

The Death Penalty http://web.telia.com/~u15525046/
Online book supporting the capital punishment.

The New American: Deserving to Die http://thenewamerican.com/focus/cap_punishment/vo06no17_deserve.htm
By Robert W. Lee on the deterrence effect.




The New American: Ten Anti-Death Penalty Fallacies http://www.thenewamerican.com/tna/2002/06-03-2002/vo18no11_fallacies.htm
Article by Thomas R. Eddlem. Asserts the case against capital punishment relies on myth, misinformation, and misplaced emotionalism.

The November Coalition: An Eye for an Eye http://www.november.org/razorwire/rzold/0407.html
A commentary by Paul Bischke about the ethics of criminal justice from the perspective of Judaeo-Christian society.

The Penalty of Death http://www.literatus.net/essay/DeathPenalty.html
An essayist lists his reasons for maintaining the penalty of death.

The Ultimate Punishment:A Defense http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/angel/procon/haagarticle.html
Scholarly defense of capital punishment by Ernest van den Haag, Professor of Jurisprudence and Public Policy, Fordham University.

USA Today: Few Inmates Seek Exonerations With Free DNA Tests http://www.usatoday.com/usatonline/20020730/4316576s.htm
Article by Richard Willing. Discusses inmates use of free DNA testing programs.







Almanac of Policy Issues: Criminal Justice http://www.policyalmanac.org/crime/index.shtml
Background information and links on U.S. criminal justice policy, including issues like gun control, drug policy, and the death penalty.

Association for Criminal Justice Research (California) http://www.acjrca.org/
A group of public servants, practitioners, evaluators, analysts and academics sharing information from a research focus. Includes membership details, conference information, list of member interest areas, and newsletters.

Atlantic Unbound http://www.theatlantic.com/election/connection/crime/crime.htm
A collection of articles on crime from the Atlantic Monthly.

CAVEAT http://www.caveat.org
Avocacy and education to reduce violence with a focus on public education, victims rights and the justice system.

Center for Community Alternatives http://www.communityalternatives.org
Works in the fields of juvenile and criminal justice and offers training, research and technical assistance.



Center for Court Innovation http://www.problem-solvingcourts.org/
Information about problem-solving courts, such as drug courts, community courts and mental health courts, which seek to improve case outcomes for communities and litigants.

Centre for Restorative Justice, Simon Fraser University http://www.sfu.ca/crj
Information about the center, with resources and details of current projects, as well as information about the 2001 Ron Wiebe Memorial Lecture and Dialogue on Restorative Justice.

Community Justice Exchange http://www.communityjustice.org/
Offers information and assistance to help bring together criminal justice agencies and ordinary citizens to make communities safer.

Community Justice Portal http://www.cjp.org.uk/
Information exchange, networking and e-learning for people working in the community and criminal justice system. Includes news, press releases, job ads, publications, and discussion forum. [Registration required]

Corruption Online Research and Information System (CORIS) http://www.corisweb.org/
Transparency International's web portal of resources crucial to key groups and individuals involved in anticorruption work and research: news, events, study courses, projects, contacts, and related links.




Crime and Criminals Email List http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Crime-and-Criminals
The purpose of this list is to talk about crimes, criminals, and punishment. The latest news is posted to this site everyday.

Crime and Deviance http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/crime_deviance
Crime and deviance is breaking laws or social rules (norms). Articles, discussions and links exploring crime and deviance

Criminal Justice MegaLinks http://faculty.ncwc.edu/toconnor
A comprehensive library of resources and lectures in crime, justice, criminology, and law.

Criminal Justice Policy Foundation http://www.cjpf.org
CJPF provides information to policy makers and the public to promote innovative ideas about criminal justice issues, including sentencing, drug policy, and police policy.

Criminal Justice Resources http://www.lib.msu.edu/harris23/crimjust/crimjust.htm
Assembled by Jon Harris, criminal justice specialist at Michigan State University's library.


Constitutional Justice: A Liberal Theory of the Rule of Law by T. R. S. Allan

Dr. Frank Schmalleger's Talk Justice http://talkjustice.com/
Gives a voice to criminal justice practitioners, academicians, students, crime victims, and interested citizens, covering police, courts, corrections, victims, crime causation, and the death penalty.

Equal Justice USA http://www.quixote.org/ej/index.html
Seeks to bring into clear focus the racial, economic and political biases active in U.S. courts, prisons, jails and policing agencies, and to expand public opposition to the death penalty.

Federal Crime Statistics http://www.whitehouse.gov/fsbr/crime.html
Compendium of the latest federal crime statistics compiled by the White House.

Financial Scandals http://www.ex.ac.uk/~RDavies/arian/scandals/
Links to information on financial scandals, bank frauds, money laundering, corruption, scams, and organized crime.

HomeFair.com http://www.homefair.com/early97/crime/crimelab.html
Compares crime rates for major North American cities.




Impact of a Criminal Record http://www.stormloader.com/record
Information about the effects of a criminal record on such matters as voting rights, employment, pensions, and ability to obtain a license.

Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy http://www.ircp.be/uk/index.asp
IRCP was founded in 1992. The intention of IRCP, The Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy, which is integrated in the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology of the Faculty of Law of Ghent University, is to conduct and promote internationally relevant scientific research regarding criminal policy issues.

Mafia International.com http://glasgowcrew.tripod.com/index.html
A site dealing with the history of the Mafia in the USA. Contents include profiles of infamous mobsters with photographs, links to other crime sites. Includes the Gambino, Gotti, and Genovese families.

Miranda Rights http://usgovinfo.about.com/cs/mirandarights/index.htm
News and resources on the history and fate of the warnings given while being arrested.

National Center on Institutions and Alternatives http://www.igc.org/ncia/
Private nonprofit, progressive, and effective criminal justice and human services agency founded in 1977.




National Criminal Justice Reference Service http://www.ncjrs.org
Lists publications and links on corrections, courts, crime, drugs, international crime, juvenile justice, law enforcement, research, statistics, crime victims.

NJ Division of Criminal Justice http://www.state.nj.us/lps/dcj/index.htm
Implements the powers and duties of the Attorney General in the presecution of New Jersey criminal matters for the administration of justice. Division encourages cooperation among all law enforcement agencies statewide.

Peacemaking & Crime http://www.westga.edu/~jfuller/peace.html
Provides information about peacemaking in the U.S. criminal justice system and resources useful to those in interested in alternatives to the war on crime.

SubmitATip.com http://www.submitatip.com/index.shtml
Site that allows submission of anonymous tips to help solve crimes.

The Navajo Response to Crime http://www.usask.ca/nativelaw/publications/jah/yazzie2.html
Article about Navajo traditional justice, which emphasizes peacemaking.




Transparency International (TI) http://www.transparency.org/
International non-governmental organisation devoted to combating corruption. TI focuses on prevention and reforming systems.

United States Department of Justice http://www.usdoj.gov/
Primary federal criminal investigation and enforcement agency.

Vera Institute of Justice http://www.vera.org/
A nonprofit organization that works closely with government to improve the services that people rely on for safety and justice.

You Have the Power http://www.yhtp.org
Not-for-profit agency devoted to raising awareness about criminal justice and crime prevention. Resource links and sale of educational products.






Undoing Time: American Prisoners in Their Own Words
by Jeff Evans (Editor), et al (Hardcover - November 1, 2000) <br>
The over two million men and women incarcerated in state 
<br>and federal penitentiaries have become America's forgotten population.

The over two million men and women incarcerated in state and federal penitentiaries have become America's forgotten population. This extraordinary anthology of autobiographical prison writings brings the reader inside their silent and hidden world. Culled from more than four hundred submissions nationwide, the thirty-six pieces here represent works by a broad spectrum of prisoners: young and old, unknown and infamous, minimum security check forgers and death row inmates. The authors include notorious "Preppie Murderer" Robert Chambers; an elderly truck driver who strangled the woman he professed to love; and a gang member recalling his violent street life. All talk in their own uncensored words about themselves and their families, about their motives and personal demons, about committing crime and doing time. Just as this collection gives prisoners the rare chance to communicate who they are and what went wrong, it also gives the reader a unique opportunity to see convicts not as hardened criminals but as human beings.


Courting Disaster: Intimate Stalking, Culture, and Criminal Justice
(Social Problems and Social Issues) by Jennifer L. Dunn

Prisoners' Self-Help Litigation Manual by Daniel Manville

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