Logo of LLMC Digital present on all screens.  Clicking here will always return to Homepage
A 501 (c)(3) nonprofit committed to ‘saving the law’
prd server 3Book Bag
Description and Holding Information
House. Comm. on Law concerning the Death Penalty. Report, 1836 (reprint)
SEE ALSO 52755 House No. 8 Reprint: On January 14, 1835, a three man committee was to consider repealing the death penalty. On February 25,
1835, the committee sent a report: It recommended abolishing the death penalty and then discussed the pros and cons from p. 5-19. Pages 21-22: An Act
to abolish the death penalty, 1835. The death penalty in all cases was abolished. The guilty person would be in solitary confinement for a year and
then at hard labor for the rest of his life. The convicted person would be treated as if he had died--he lost any property he held, was legally
divorced from his wife, and had no power or authority over anything or anyone. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library of
Title:   Report on the subject of the abolition of capital punishment.
OCLC Number:   1389907011
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
Vol. 1YesNo