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  • WA-2011-Rewrites-the-Rules-James-Lobsenz-largeBy Jim Lobsenz Bob Dylan wrote “The times, they are a-changing,” and there appears to be good reason to think that is an appropriate assessment of judicial attitudes towards the death penalty. When the U.S. Supreme Court wound up its 2014-15 Term in June it issued one unfortunate decision that nevertheless contains the seeds of hope. In ...
  • Screen Shot 2014-10-10 at 5.50.32 PMBy Mark Larrañaga In a recent capital case, Glossip v. Gross, United States Supreme Court Justice Breyer questioned the continued validity of the death penalty. Joined by Justice Ginsberg, Justice Breyer concluded that in light of “almost 40 years of studies, surveys, and experience,” all of which strongly indicate that the experiment to administer the death ...
  • Screen Shot 2015-12-31 at 12.56.40 PM2015 has been a big year for the Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. Please check out the latest edition of our newsletter to read about what we’ve been up to and what you can do to help abolish the death penalty in Washington! Contents: Greetings from our President Get Involved in Your Community!  WCADP Attended the 22nd Annual ...
  • 1656334_10152344872859560_777152621_nWe hope you will join us as the Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty heads back to Olympia to speak with our Legislators for our Annual Lobby Day! This is a great opportunity to share why you oppose the death penalty. Abolishing the death penalty in Washington is not a matter of if, but ...
  • Screen Shot 2015-07-29 at 12.55.30 PMFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty 4759 15th Ave NE #309 Seattle, WA 98105 (206) 622-8952 www.abolishdeathpenalty.org Contact: Danielle Fulfs Program Director danielle@abolishdeathpenalty.org (425) 442-7101 King County Prosecuting Attorney Satterberg Made the Right Decision Today The Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty agrees with Prosecutor Dan Satterberg’s statement today that pursuing the death penalty in the Michele Anderson case “would not ...
  • For Immediate Release Washington Coalition to Abolish the death Penalty 4759 15th Ave NE #309 Seattle, WA 98105 (206) 622-8952 www.abolishdeathpenalty.org Contact: Danielle Fulfs Program Director danielle@abolishdeathpenalty.org (425) 442-7101 The Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty supports today’s decision not to sentence Christopher Monfort to death. WCADP Board President, Stefanie Anderson, said “There is no sentence in cases like this that can right the ...
  • Screen Shot 2014-10-10 at 5.50.32 PMby Mark Larrañaga  Earlier this month, the death penalty trial of Mr. McEnroe came to an end when a jury concluded that he should spend the rest of his life in prison rather than face execution. His case illustrates the far-reaching impact of capital punishment on the victims’ family, our memories of the victims, the jurors, ...
  • Press Release screen shotFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Printable Version: Joseph McEnroe Press Release The Jury Made the Right Decision: The Death Penalty Does Not Make For a More Safe or Just Society Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty 4759 15th Ave NE #309 Seattle, WA 98105 (206) 622-8952 www.abolishdeathpenalty.org Contact: Danielle Fulfs Outreach Coordinator danielle@abolishdeathpenalty.org (425) 442-7101 The Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty supports today’s decision not to sentence ...
  • Screen Shot 2015-01-27 at 3.55.57 PM With bipartisan support, a bill to repeal the death penalty is Washington State was entered into both the House and Senate of the Washington State Legislature. Information about the Bills can be found here: HB 1739-2015-16 SB 5639-2015-16
  • Photo from http://www.pugetsound.edu/images/photos/Debbie%20Regala.jpgBy Debbie Regala Debbie Regala served as both a Representative and a Senator for Washington’s 27th Legislative District from 1995-2013. During that time, Debbie was always a vocal advocate for repeal, in large part due to her personal experience with the death penalty.   My opposition to the death penalty began in my teen years, when I ...