The Columbia Human Rights Law
Review (HRLR) is proud to devote Issue 3 of Volume 43 in
its entirety to Los Tocayos Carlos by James S.
Liebman, Shawn Crowley, Andrew Markquart, Lauren
Rosenberg, Lauren Gallo White, and Daniel Zharkovsky.
This book-length article presents the story of how the
state of Texas executed Carlos DeLuna for a murder
Carlos Hernandez likely committed. Click
here to access the Los Tocayos Carlos website.
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