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18 Nov 2009, 9:09 am
"Once again, this case demonstrates that serious error riddles the criminal justice system," said Brian Stull, staff attorney with the ACLU Capital Punishment Project. [read post]
19 Oct 2009, 11:52 am
The Daily Record of Rochester (Rochester, NY),  October 19, 2009 Monday,  NEWS,  714 words,  Rivera receives maximum in shooting of Rochester Police Officer Anthony DiPonzio,  Elizabeth Stull... [read post]
19 Oct 2009, 11:20 am by David G. Badertscher
");if (tagStateContains(3)) {document.writeln("");} else {document.writeln("");}document.writeln("");}//-->3.The Daily Record of Rochester (Rochester, NY), October 19, 2009 Monday, NEWS, 714 words, Rivera receives maximum in shooting of Rochester Police Officer Anthony DiPonzio, Elizabeth Stull... juvenile offender law, Penal Law §70.05, as an ...... sentencing. [read post]
11 Jun 2009, 5:34 am
The Daily Record of Rochester (Rochester, NY),  June 10, 2009 Wednesday,  NEWS,  625 words,  New York State Court of Appeals rules curfew unconstitutional,  Elizabeth Stull... [read post]
7 May 2008, 2:11 pm
Today, Brian Stull, Staff Attorney for the Capital Punishment Project, blogged in DailyKos about the experience of co-defending Levon "Bo" Jones, who was set free from a North Carolina prison last Friday after being on death row there for 14 years. [read post]
14 Mar 2008, 2:32 pm
Today, Capital Punishment Project Staff Attorney Brian Stull authored an op-ed for the Charlotte Observer in response to a recent column in which the writer advocated the death penalty because it's "tough on crime" and deters future crimes. [read post]
7 Mar 2008, 12:49 pm
ACLU Capital Punishment Project Staff Attorney Brian Stull discusses this issue in a podcast (MP3). [read post]
19 Oct 2007, 2:11 pm
On October 24, 2007, at a hearing before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Brian Stull of the ACLU Capital Punishment Project will argue on behalf of Max Soffar, an innocent man on Texas's death row. [read post]