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Why States Should Enact Laws To Challenge & Overturn Supreme Courts Abortion & Gay Marriage Decisions

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Why States Should Enact Laws To Challenge & Overturn Supreme Courts Abortion & Gay Marriage Decisions

 

In October of 2015, Kansas v Carr,  a case involving a particularly heinous crime came up before the supreme court. The Supreme Court of Kansas vacated the death sentences passed down by a Kansas jury. The reason was the trial violated the Eighth Amendment Rights of the Constitution of the United States. Justice Scalia delivered the opinion of the Court, joined by Roberts, Kennedy, Thomas, Ginsberg, Breyer and Alito. Justice Sotomayor filed a dissenting opinion.

 

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Scalia Opinion of Court:

The Supreme Court of Kansas vacated the death sentences of Sidney Gleason and brothers Reginald and Jona – than Carr. Gleason killed one of his co-conspirators and her boyfriend to cover up the robbery of an elderly man. The Carrs’ notorious Wichita crime spree culminated in the brutal rape, robbery, kidnapping, and…

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