criminology, deviance, capital punishment, societal reactions to crime, deviance, crime victims
Michael L. Radelet and Glenn L. Pierce. “Race and Death Sentencing in North Carolina: 1980-2007.” North Carolina Law Review 89 (2011): 2119-60.
Michael L. Radelet and Glenn L. Pierce. "Death Sentencing in East Baton Rouge Parish, 1990-2008." Louisiana Law Review 71 (2011): 647-73.
Michael L. Radelet and Traci L. Lacock. “Do Executions Lower Homicide Rates? The Views of Leading Criminologists.” Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 99 (2009): 489-508.
Michael L. Radelet. “The Role of the Innocence Argument in Contemporary Death Penalty Debates.” Texas Tech Law Review 41 (2008): 199-220.
Stephanie Hindson, Hillary Potter, and Michael L. Radelet. "Race, Gender, Region and Death Sentencing in Colorado, 1980-1999." University of Colorado Law Review 77 (2006):549-594.
Glenn Pierce and Michael L. Radelet. "The Impact of Legally Inappropriate Factors on Death Sentencing for California Homicides, 1990-99." Santa Clara Law Review 46 (2005): 1-47.
Michael L. Radelet. Capital Punishment in Colorado, 1859-1972." University of Colorado Law Review, 74(2003): 885-1010.
Special issue editor, Judicature, for special issue on Miscarriages of Justice (vol. 86, No.2, Sept.-Oct. 2002).
Glenn L. Pierce and Michael L Radelet. "Race, Region, and Death Sentencing in Illinois, 1988-1997." Oregon Law Review 81 (2002): 39-96
Michael L Radelet. "Humanizing the Death Penalty." Social Problems 48 (2001): 83-7.
FLORIDA DEATH CASES WHERE NON-STATUTORY MITIGATORS WERE FOUND
A Chronological List, by Date of Sentence, updated August 2015 (doc)
CASES WHERE JUDGE IMPOSED LIFE AFTER JURY RECOMMENDED DEATH
Michael Radelet. “Overriding Jury Sentencing Recommendations in Florida Capital Cases: An Update and Possible Half Requiem,” Michigan State Law Review (2011): 793-857. Link to article here (pdf).
Update to the above 8/15/14.
Michael Radelet and Michael Mello. "Death-To-Life Overrides: Saving the Resources of the Florida Supreme Court." Florida State University Law Review 20(1992):195-228. Link to article here (pdf).