Andrew DeYoung

  • Death Penalty, Politics, Sentencing Law, Television

    Should Executions Be Televised?

    In a New York Times op-ed, mentioned previously in Morning Docket, Professor Zachary Shemtob and I argue that executions should be made public. More specifically, we argue that executions should be broadcast live or recorded for future release, on the web or on television. Public execution has some unsavory connotations, perhaps dating back to the […]

    61 Comments / / Aug 1, 2011 at 12:23 PM