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Crumley English 112 17 Sep 00 The Case Against Death Penalty This article was written by Eric M Freedman and was printed in the USA Today magazine in March of 1997 Let us start right there with Mr Freedman Since this article appeared in the USA Today I assumed that this man was probably one that knew what he was talking about and probably well respected among his peers He is a professor at Hofstra University School of Law where he teaches Constitutional Law and the Death Penalty He has addressed many panels of lawyers prosecutors judges and even Congress about the death penalty He graduated from Yale University and is a prominent First Amendment fighter Now after all that research I assumed that what I was about to read was going to be some cold hard facts about capital punishment After all he appears to be extremely well versed about the Constitution and the death penalty Since I discovered that he was a professor at Hofstra University I decided to do a slight background check on that particular school because I had personally never heard of Hofstra Come to find out Hofstra University according to US NEWS is ranked number two in the country when it comes to law Hofstra is currently ranked between Yale which is ranked first and Harvard which is ranked third Following that information that I discovered I automatically presumed that Mr Freedman was most definitely a qualified man and not just some radical who opposed the death penalty Continuing on with the analysis I figured I would break down the title The Case Against the Death Penalty can only be seen a few ways in my book I thought as soon as Crumley 2 I saw the title that this person was writing as an opponent of the death penalty I further assumed to prove his point that he was going to have a lot of
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