The Need for Uniform Standards in Death Penalty Cases -- Tinkering With the Machinery of Death

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How is the state to effectively balance the “uniqueness of the individual” against the consistent, uniform imposition of the death penalty in the various states as well as by the federal government? How can a systemic formula truly impose fairness in any particular circumstance, particularly when death is in the offing?

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