Sources

Books and Journals Articles

Margaret A Burnham (2005) ‘Saving Constitutional Rights from Judicial Scrutiny: The Savings Clause in the Law of the Commonwealth Caribbean’, University of Miami Inter-American Law Review, 36(2/3), 249-269

Jane E Cross (2014) ‘A Matter of Discretion: The De Facto Abolition of the Mandatory Death Penalty in Barbados – A Study of the Boyce and Joseph Cases’, University of Miami Inter-American Law Review, 46(1), 39-59

Roger Hood and Carolyn Hoyle (2015) The Death Penalty: A Worldwide Perspective (Oxford, Oxford University Press)

Lord Anthony Gifford (2009) ‘The Death Penalty: Developments in Caribbean Jurisprudence’, International Journal of Legal Information, 37(2), 196-203

Andrew Novak (2012) ‘The Abolition of the Mandatory Death Penalty in Africa: A Comparative Constitutional Analysis, Indiana International and Comparative Law Review, 22(2), 267-295

Nathan W Pino and Lee Michael Johnson (2009) ‚Police Deviance and Community Relations in Trinidad and Tobago‘, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 34(3), 454-478

Reports

Amnesty International (2006) ‘Trinidad and Tobago: End police immunity for unlawful killings and deaths in custody’ (London, Amnesty International)

Amnesty International (2015) ‘Death Sentences and Executions 2014’ (London, Amnesty International)

Desmond Allum and Gregory Delzin (2003) ‘Report on the Criminal Justice System in Trinidad and Tobago’ (commissioned by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights)

Arif Bulkan (2015) ‘The Death Penalty in the Commonwealth Caribbean: Justice out of Reach?in United Nations Human Rights Commission, Moving Away from the Death Penalty: Arguments, Trends and Perspectives (United Nations) 130-149

Saul Lehrfreund (2015) ‘Wrongful Convictions and Miscarriages of Justice in Death Penalty Trials in the Caribbean, Africa and Asia’, in United Nations Human Rights Commission, Moving Away from the Death Penalty: Arguments, Trends and Perspectives (United Nations) 48-65

Blogs and Media Reports

Chris Geidner, ‘Practically speaking, the Death Penalty is disappearing in the United States’, BuzzFeed, 11 July 2016.