I don't talk much about the death penalty. It's not my passion.
On one hand I think it's wrong to kill. On the other I have very little sympathy for those put to death (except for the innocent ones, 'course).
But get a load of this (found here):
Regardless of what you think about the death penalty, regardless of whether his client was innocent or guilty, should any man be convicted, much less put to death, when this guy serving as his defense attorney?
I didn't go to law school, but isn't your defense attorney supposed to defend you?