Ohio Northern University Law Review
This Article contends that there is no moral or legal reason to retain electrocution, particularly because other execution methods are available. It is clear that at some point soon, electrocution will no longer exist in this country and, as a result, throughout the world. By eliminating this perplexing vestige, the other problems with the death penalty may appear all that more offensive.
Deborah W. Denno,
Adieu to Electrocution, 26 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 665
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