The Cornell Death Penalty Project is an undertaking of the Cornell Law School. The Project sponsors two clinics that provide students with the opportunity to assist in the representation of capital defendants, both at trial and at various stages of the appeals process. The Project also sponsors periodic symposia related to capital punishment, and in addition, conducts empirical research on jury decision making in capital cases.
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Definition: Criminal law declares acts to be crimes and prescribes punishment of those crimes. General resources relate to criminal law in general, that is they cover a broad range of subjects within criminal law. To find information on specific aspects of criminal law, choose from the list of keywords below.
See also keywords: Arrest, Crimes and offences, Criminal records and record suspensions, Criminology, Parole, Restorative justice, Victim support and victim rights, Youth criminal justice