Professor Eric Freedman was quoted in the article “In a Rare Decision, New Yorker Is First in Decades Sentenced to Death” for WNYC news, in which he discusses how rare it is for a federal court to seek the death penalty. “It’s supposed to be done with considerable discretion, and it certainty ought to have been taken into account that the people of New York have rejected the death penalty,” said Professor Freedman.
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