2 Lincoln Mem'l U. L. Rev. i (2015)

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY

               LAW REVIEW


VOLUME 2


SPRING 2015


FOREWORD:


CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: ITERATING TOWARD PERFECTION,
WHEN PERFECTION IS UNATTAINABLE

NOTES:

AUTISM Is NOT A TRAGEDY... IGNORANCE IS:
SUPPRESSING EVIDENCE OF ASPERGER'S SYNDROME
AND HIGH-FUNCTIONING AUTISM IN CAPITAL
TRIALS PREJUDICES DEFENDANTS FOR A DEATH
SENTENCE

WHEN ONE LIVES IN A GLASS HOUSE, ONE SHOULD
NOT THROW STONES: How CONTINUING TO
ALLOW CAPITAL PUNISHMENT WHILE TRYING TO
FOSTER HUMANITARIANISM ON A GLOBAL SCALE
CAN NO LONGER CO-EXIST

HE WHO WISHES TO PRESERVE HIS LIFE AT OTHERS'
EXPENSE SHOULD ALSO BE READY TO GIVE IT UP FOR
THEIR SAKE: How NATURAL LAW AND THE
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE JUSTIFY CAPITAL
PUNISHMENT.


Charles E. MacLean


Sheena Foster


     Paige Coleman





Nicholas Davenport, V


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