The presentation analyzes death penalty developments in the Caribbean jurisprudence. The discussion of a series of court decisions leads to the opinion that it is not right for the State to “end the life of a human being.” It questions death penalty as punishment for crime versus “the capacity of individuals for redemption and rehabilitation."
"The Death Penalty: Developments in Caribbean Jurisprudence,"
International Journal of Legal Information:
2, Article 7.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.cornell.edu/ijli/vol37/iss2/7