Justice Often Delayed in Death Penalty Cases
WISH TV, Jan. 15, 2008 - Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis Clinical Associate Professor Joel Schumm discusses reasons for delay in getting death penalty cases tried in court. Schumm teaches legal analysis, research and communication; court internships; legal process; criminal procedure II; and juvenile justice. He is also director of the law school's Judicial Externship Program.
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