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Friday, March 7 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Capital Punishment and the Pursuit of Justice: Lessons from Louisiana (1.5 standard CLE credits)

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This session will focus on the problems inherent in administering any system of capital punishment, the professional and human challenges that representing death row inmates present, the varying directions that a post-conviction death penalty case may take over the years of work involved, and the difference that lawyers can make for the death row inmates.

Panelists
avatar for Clinton E. Cutler

Clinton E. Cutler

Chair, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A., Bankruptcy Group
Clint Cutler is a shareholder and Chair of Fredrikson & Byron’s Bankruptcy Group.  Clint is a graduate of Iowa State University and Syracuse University College of Law.  Clint represented Dobie Gillis Williams, a death row inmate in Louisiana.  The case is highlighted in “The Death of Innocents” by Sister Helen Prejean.
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Steven Z. Kaplan

Litigator, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A
Steve is a senior Of Counsel litigator at Fredrikson & Byron.  He is a graduate of Bowdoin College and the University of Chicago Law School.  He successfully represented Damon Thibodeaux, the 141st person freed from death row, and currently serves on the Minnesota Innocence Project board.

Friday March 7, 2014 11:00am - 12:30pm
Music Bldg: Sateren Auditorium Augsburg College

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