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Dr. Marla Rita Sandys

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Indiana University
107 E 6Th Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47408
United States

Company Description: Indiana University is one of the oldest state universities in the Midwest and also one of the largest universities in the United States with more than 110,000...   more
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Witness to Innocence
www.witnesstoinnocence.org [cached]
- Dr. Marla Rita Sandys, associate professor of criminal justice, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
HOST a speaking event | www.witnesstoinnocence.org | from death row to freedom | witness to innocence | philadelphia PA
www.witnesstoinnocence.com, 18 Oct 2011 [cached]
Dr. Marla Rita Sandys, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Governors find leeway in granting clemency
www.courier-journal.com, 11 Sept 2005 [cached]
"People are more willing to consider the possibility of errors" or other circumstances that might warrant commuting a death sentence, said Marla Sandys, an associate professor of criminal justice at Indiana University.
National
www.oldiesb97fm.com, 29 Dec 2000 [cached]
Marla Sandys , an Indiana University professor who has studied the death penalty , says high-profile events often shift public opinion.
I could see an immediate spike in support ( for capital punishment ) around the time of ( McVeigh's ) execution , but if media attention is then devoted to another innocent person being released from death row , that would likely lead to less support for it , she says.
She notes that support for the death penalty has fallen during the past 10 years amid widespread publicity about death-row exonerations.A 1991 Gallup Poll said 76 % of Americans backed the death penalty ; a Gallup Poll two months ago showed support at 67 %.
Those percentages differ from percentages in the USA TODAY Poll , in part because the USA TODAY Poll included a third choice opposed to death penalty but in favor of executing McVeigh †that makes the two polls difficult to compare.
Death-penalty backers note that despite nearly 50 years of debate over capital punishment , the percentages of Americans who support it and who oppose it are virtually the same as in 1953.
HoosierTimes: Decision to seek the death penalty complex, with many ramifications
www.hoosiertimes.com, 25 June 2002 [cached]
This column was written by Marla Sandys, an associate professor of Criminal Justice at Indiana University whose research area is capital punishment; and Teresa Harper, a criminal defense lawyer who trains lawyers in the area of capital litigation and has represented capital clients in Indiana and Kentucky.
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