A Broken System, Part II:

Why There Is So Much Error in Capital Cases,
and What Can Be Done About It

James S. Liebman
Simon H. Rifkind Professor of Law
Columbia Law School

Jeffrey Fagan
Columbia Law School & Joseph
Mailman School of Public Health

Andrew Gelman
Professor of Statistics
Columbia University

Valerie West
Research Associate, Columbia Law School
Doctoral Candidate, Dep't of Sociology
New York University

Garth Davies

Doctoral Candidate, School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University

Alexander Kiss
Doctoral Candidate, Dep't of Biostatistics
Columbia University

February 11, 2002

©2002 James S. Liebman, Jeffrey Fagan, Andrew Gelman, Valerie West, Garth Davies, Alexander Kiss

Table of Appendices

Appendix A

Appendix B: County Tables

Appendix C: Capital Judgments Reversed on State Post-Conviction or Related Types of Review

Appendix D

Appendix E

Appendix F: Descriptive Statistics

  1. Means, Maximums, Minimums and Standard Deviations
  2. Correlation Matrices

Appendix G: Detailed Regression Results