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Death Row Appeal

The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled against a death row inmate who claimed the state’s repeal of the death penalty followed by a voter referendum reinstating it violated his due process rights and amounted to cruel and unusual punishment.

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled against a death-row inmate who claimed the state’s repeal of the death penalty followed by a voter referendum reinstating it violated his due process rights and amounted to cruel and unusual punishment.

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Criminal, Government, Law

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