Analyses the differences in clemency practice among the Southeast Asian jurisdictions that continue to employ the death penalty as a form of criminal punishment. Analyzes comparative criminal justice case studies and four justificatory models for clemency in death penalty cases. Studies death penalty and clemency practice in four countries – Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Compares trend across the four case studies to develop and overarching hypothesis explaining clemency incidence in Southeast Asia.
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