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This database can be used to locate articles on a wide variety of topics including criminal and juvenile justice, legal debates, and more. It can be used to locate arguments for and against capital punishment.JSTOR
JSTOR is a journal archive and contains older articles on law and criminal justice. This is a great source for researching the death penalty from a historical perspective.Legal Collection
This database can be used to locate high-quality legal research directly from legal reviews and trade publications. The articles in this database discuss current and past law, important cases, criminal justice, and much more.LexisNexis Academic
This database contains not only legal articles, but also state and federal legal codes and court case decisions. Court decisions are annotated to show if they are valid or were later overturned.
This excellent guide from the Vanderbilt University Library contains links to groups that argue for and against the death penalty, as well as relevant policy pages.
This non-profit organization reports news related to the death penalty from across the United States.
Created by the William Mitchell College of Law Library, this list of legal research resources contains links to legal associations, legal codes, legal news, and more. Browse by jurisdiction, topic, or resource type or search.Legal Information Institute: Death Penalty
Created by Cornell's law school, the LII is a great source of information about the American legal system, from the Constitution to State Laws. This link takes you to their death penalty site.