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Prof. Eric Freedman in The New York Times

How Two Questions Caused Death Penalty Misstep
A. G. SULZBERGER
New York Times
July 1, 2010

EXCERPT:

“The prosecutor is not allowed to advance his or her case by exploiting the fact that the defendant did something that he has every constitutional right to do,” said Eric M. Freedman, a professor of constitutional law at Hofstra University. “If it were permitted, the constitutional right would be undermined.”

Read the full article at nytimes.com.

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