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Lethal Injection or Lethal Litigation: Florida’s Amended Lethal Injection Protocol Opens the Door for Cries of Cruel and Unusual Punishment

By: Cynthia Ventura, Articles Solicitation Editor, J.D. Candidate, May 2019, St. Thomas University School of Law.

Abstract

Capital punishment in the United States and its tolerability as a constitutional form of punishment has long been recognized and debated over since its inception.  In Florida, lethal injection has been the primary method of execution since the 1990s. In […]

February 11th, 2019|Abstracts, Featured Home, Florida, Issues, Latest Articles|0 Comments

Defending Self-Defense: Why Florida Should Follow the Eleven States That Already Allow for Campus Carry

By: Jennifer Garcia, Executive Editor, J.D. Candidate, May 2019, St. Thomas University School of Law.

Abstract

Most states have allowed for their citizens to carry concealed weapons as
long as they become licensed by the state; Florida is one of them. However,
this concealed carry right is limited in that concealed weapon permit holders
are prohibited from carrying on college […]