Product DescriptionThere has-been very little public intellectual in the Commonwealth Caribbean Discourse on one of the MOST vexing Issues of the criminal justice system: the retention of the death penalty as a punishment. In The Death Penalty and Human Rights, Sir Fred Phillips you examine The Changing Nature of Caribbean jurisprudence away from the Acceptance of the death penalty as a mandatory punishment in contrast to the Dictates of Political Prevailing Which will advocate for ITS retention. On the international landscape, it is Generally Accepted That the death penalty runs Contrary to the rights to life and the right to Humane Treatment Enshrined in Several treaties and conventions to Which the Countries of the Commonwealth Caribbean Are signatories. Using the Jamaican Celebrated Cases of Pratt and Morgan, the book you examine and Discusses the married of the past two decades have passed Which Have Led to the Changing jurisprudence on this life and death issue. Unapologetic in the. . . More>>

The Death Penalty and Human Rights