Interview of Penny White (s8b)
This segment examines possible improper influences on judges, particularly racial bias and political pressures. It includes an analysis of court decisions, examples of televised judicial campaign ads, and a discussion with Professor Penny White, who served as a Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court until she was voted out of office in a retention election in 1996 after a campaign against her based mostly on the Court’s decision reversing a death sentence.
Tagged under: Yale,Capital Punishment,Stephen Bright,Death Penalty,Race,Poverty,Disadvantage,racial disparities,injustice,Penny White
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