Clive Stafford Smith is a human-rights lawyer who has spent twenty-five years focusing on the issues of race and the death penalty in the United States. In 1993 he established the Louisiana Crisis Assistance Center, a non-profit law office. He has represented more than 200 people on death row, and several of the detainees held by the United States in GuantÌÁnamo Bay, Cuba.
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