Outlier Death Penalty Prosecutors

Last Updated on May 11, 2022 by Fair Punishment Team

Over the next decade moving closer to 2030 the Supreme Court, State and Local courts are going to continue to make changes to how we look at the death penalty.  

With the Supreme Court considering Roe v. Wade which has been in place for almost have a century – they are considering changes to what happens in our country here.  

Can you imagine what a United States would look like if Roe v. Wade is turned over?  

If that happens than anything is in question and imagine if something similar happened with the death penalty.  There is so much information for you to gather at Death Penalty Information Center for the details but it’s crazy to think about what else could change in our world if Roe v. Wade could. 

There are so many false accusations going around that we always have topics to question and talk through and whether it’s someone suing you for emotional damage or if you’re questioning whether you legally have to give a deposition – it’s all important questions to ask when thinking about prosecutors and how they look at cases.  

Imagine if the outlier death penalty prosecutors became the norm.  With the changes going on in our world in 2021, it’s something to think about when we start to imagine changes that have been in place for 50 years.  

Head over to @mylegalcenter and pose a question about this if you have it.  We’re looking forward to continuing the conversation.