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The National Association of Criminal Lawyers, tired of having its complaints about an unfair criminal justice system go unheard, have recently taken their concerns into the international arena. The group is trying to convince companies in the European Union countries, none of which practice capital punishment, to avoid building factories in the 38 American states with a death penalty. NACDL is also seeking to gain official status as a nongovernmental organization affiliated with the U.N. and to participate in the annual meetings ot the U.N.’s Commission on Human Rights. The U.N. currently recognizes more than 1,500 NGOs in 29 different countries.

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