Denny LeBoeuf is the director of the ACLU’s John Adams Project, assisting in the defense of the capitally charged Guantánamo detainees. Previously, she served as the director of the ACLU Capital Punishment Project, which works toward the end of the death penalty by supporting repeal and reform with public education, advocacy and targeted litigation. She has been a capital defender for over 20 years, representing persons facing death at trial and in post-conviction in state and federal courts, and she teaches and consults with capital defense teams nationally. LeBoeuf holds a J.D. from Tulane University and a B.A. from Hunter College.
Sep 20, 2021
Remembering Damon Thibodeaux, Who Survived Death Row
Jun 19, 2013
A Nun and a Movie Star Walk Into a Bar...
May 28, 2013
Remembering Executed Veterans
May 10, 2013
Two Minutes in the Life of an Innocent Man Recently Freed from Death Row
Dec 31, 2012
Lives Lost in 2012: Who Did We Kill?
Oct 1, 2012
A Good Ride from Death Row
Jun 29, 2012
Forty Years after Furman: Still "Fastened to the Obsolete"
Jun 8, 2012
Killing the Mentally Ill
Apr 17, 2012
If Germany Had the Death Penalty: a Thought Experiment
Feb 6, 2012
The Face of Exclusion and the Racial Justice Act