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Capital Punishment in the Bahamas The Privy Councils Moratorium

Dr. Michael D. Toote

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ISBN 10: 1456798839 / ISBN 13: 9781456798833
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Paperback. 142 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.3in.Capital punishment is a debate that grips civil society anew with every incidence of homicide. The cry from a majority of stakeholders is a desperate plea to enforce the death penalty which has been derogated by the courts, at home and abroad. The abatement of capital punishment takes place amidst a tidal wave of unrelenting crimes against the person, namely murder. The branches of government seem bereft at best to provide a remedy and at worse unable to enforce the law as it relates capital punishment in the Bahamas. Added to this is an uneasy public whose trust in the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government is noticeably waning. Additionally, outside forces, led by abolitionists, are bearing down on the Bahamas with a view of nudging the nation and the Caribbean into an era of life imprisonment for murder as opposed to death by hanging as its penalty. Toote sets forth these issues with striking clarity, offering practical remedies to help settle the controversy surrounding the death penalty in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Capital Punishment in the Bahamas and the Caribbean in light of the Privy Councils moratorium is required reading for all who desire an appreciation of the subject of capital punishment, including students, religious leaders and professionals in the legal arena. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. N° de ref. de la librería 9781456798833

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Título: Capital Punishment in the Bahamas The Privy ...

Editorial: AuthorHouse

Encuadernación: Paperback

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Capital punishment is a debate that grips civil society anew with every incidence of homicide. The cry from a majority of stakeholders is a desperate plea to enforce the death penalty which has been derogated by the courts, at home and abroad. The abatement of capital punishment takes place amidst a tidal wave of unrelenting crimes against the person, namely murder. The branches of government seem bereft at best to provide a remedy and at worse unable to enforce the law as it relates capital punishment in the Bahamas. Added to this is an uneasy public whose trust in the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government is noticeably waning. Additionally, outside forces, led by abolitionists, are bearing down on the Bahamas with a view of nudging the nation and the Caribbean into an era of life imprisonment for murder as opposed to death by hanging as its penalty. Toote sets forth these issues with striking clarity, offering practical remedies to help settle the controversy surrounding the death penalty in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. 'Capital Punishment in the Bahamas and the Caribbean' in light of the Privy Council's moratorium is required reading for all who desire an appreciation of the subject of capital punishment, including students, religious leaders and professionals in the legal arena.

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Dr. Michael Toote is a counsel & attorney-at-law who has practiced in the area of criminal and civil law in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. As one who enjoys advocacy at the bar, he's an avid supporter of social causes and is the founding director of an Inner City legal aid clinic in Nassau, Bahamas. Dr. Toote is a member of the Honorable Society of the Middle Temple with postgraduate diplomas in law. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales and continues write on issues in the dialectic of society, religion and justice. His interests include speaking, writing, leadership and jurisprudence.

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