Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty works for restorative justice in the form of effective alternatives to the death penalty.
It does so by:
supporting and coordinating the work of organizations and individuals
educating and energizing the general public and state legislators
supporting the many persons affected by capital crime and punishment
advocating specific legislative improvements
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The Florida Moratorium Walk for a Time-Out on Executions was completed on January 31, 2002, with the delivery of more than 20,000 petitions to the office of Florida Governor Jeb! Bush. On the left, the walkers fill the hallway leading to the office of the Governor. On the right, exonerated Florida death row survivors (L to R) David Keaton, Brad Scott and Delbert Tibbs deliver the petitions. For a full report, click here!
Recent Developments in the Death Penalty in
…. Florida, by Michael L. Radelet
Should the State of Florida Change Its Constitution…
…So we can execute 16-YEAR-OLDS? Click Here Join the Call for a Time-out on Executions in Florida! Click Here
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As it is developed, FADP is operating as a project of
Citizens United for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.
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2603 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Hwy
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Judge Kogan’s Speech 10/23/99
“In the last 40 years, I have participated either as a prosecutor, as a defense attorney or a trial judge or as an appellate judge on the Supreme Court in the disposition of more than 1200 capital cases. I don’t know of anyone else in the State of Florida who has that kind of experience or, for that matter, that kind varying type of experience. So, when I speak to you, I speak to you based upon what, I hope, has been those things I have learned in the last 40 years.”