What’s In an Appeal? The Process in the Tsarnaev Case So Far

  As we near the end of 2015, I must reflect on what a tumultuous year it's been. At this time last year, I saw Dzhokhar's trial approaching like a tidal wave coming from a long way off. A year ago, I still believed in the inherent success of the U.S. justice system. I thought… Continue reading What’s In an Appeal? The Process in the Tsarnaev Case So Far

Death Penalty Abolition, Accidental Terrorists, and What’s Next

I cannot stress enough how overjoyed I was at the quantity and quality of responses I received to my previous post about Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and what I observed at his trial. In addition to great reasoned and academic responses, I received a number of links to articles and videos to topics that bear relevance to… Continue reading Death Penalty Abolition, Accidental Terrorists, and What’s Next