Death Sentence

"Death Sentence" is a short story by the American science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov. It was first published in the November 1943 issue of Astounding Science Fiction and reprinted in the 1972 collection The Early Asimov.

Read more about Death Sentence:  Plot Summary

Other articles related to "death sentence, death, sentence":

Strickland V. Washington - Supreme Court Decision - Dissenting Opinion
... process is intended to be especially reliable, and "reliability in the imposition of the death sentence can be approximated only if the sentencer is fully informed of all possible ... Accordingly, Marshall believed that a person on death row seeking relief from his death sentence on grounds of ineffective assistance should not have to show a reasonable probability that he ...
Bobby Randell Wilcoxson - Death Sentence
... To avoid a death sentence, Wilcoxson pled guilty to eight bank robberies and the murder of Kraus ... for contracting the murder of her husband and received a life sentence ... Wilcoxson was sentenced to death by electrocution on February 13, 1987 ...
Death Sentence - Plot Summary
... and destroy them - so the robot world is effectively under a death sentence ... Hazing" "Super-Neutron" "Not Final!" "Legal Rites" "Time Pussy" "Author! Author!" " Death Sentence " "Blind Alley" "No Connection" "The Endochronic ...
Sarabjit Singh - Arrest and Prosecution - Death Sentence
... In 1991 Sarabjit was given the death sentence under the Pakistan's Army Act ... His sentence was upheld by the High Court and later by the Pakistan Supreme Court ... The Supreme Court dismissed a petition to review his death sentence in March 2006 as Sarabjit's lawyers failed to appear for the hearing ...
Marcus Titius - Career Under Mark Antony
... The Roman historian Cassius Dio asserts that Antony ordered the death sentence in a first letter addressed to Titius but canceled this order in a second letter ... either because Titius complied with the letter with the death sentence intentionally or because he mistook it for the second letter ... In spite of the contradictory sources it seems quite certain that the death sentence was imposed with the knowledge and the agreement of Antony ...

Famous quotes containing the words sentence and/or death:

    Every sentence spoken by Napoleon, and every line of his writing, deserves reading, as it is the sense of France.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    As for death one gets used to it, even if it’s only other people’s death you get used to.
    Enid Bagnold (1889–1981)