Former Florida chief justice left legacy opposing the death penalty



The late, great Justice Gerald Kogan (1933 - 2021) became convinced Florida had executed innocent people. He believed that the death penalty emphasized finality over fairness. He saw it as a system beyond repair and one that must be eradicated. In this searingly intimate portrait of the death penalty, you’ll hear from Gerald Kogan in what turned out to be one of his last interviews. Watch the video here and Click here to sign the petition