This Essay explores the answer to the question of why we would spare Walter White from the death penalty. Its exploration underscores the critical importance of “mitigation”—a capacious term that refers to evidence introduced by capital defense lawyers to persuade jurors to hand down something less harsh than a death sentence.
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Bidish J. Sarma,
Why We Should Spare Walter White: Breaking Bad and the True Power of Mitigation,
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