Capital Punishment Trials of Mafia Murderers

By Leonard Orland, Carolina Press, 2015, $24.

, New York Law Journal

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Since the enactment of the 1994 Federal Death Penalty Act, many indictments have charged crimes that would have allowed the U.S. Department of Justice to seek the death penalty.

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  • CONCERNED WITNESS

    This is a very "pertinent" read. I do have one question. Do prosecutors have the right to hand over "sensitive" information about a former cooperating witness to the defendants lawyers WITH OUT permission from a judge, USM, or the FBI? Keep in mind this cooperating witness has been a model citizen since in WITSEC for 16yrs.Do I have a case against the USPO of the Eastern Dist.?

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