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Petition of the day

Petition of the day

Petition of the day

The petition of the day is:

Arizona v. Rushing
17-1449

Concerns: (1) Whether the Supreme Court of Arizona erred in holding that the intro of an offender’s previous violent conduct in the charge stage of a capital trial immediately needs that jurors be notified about the offender’s parole ineligibility pursuant to the due procedure stipulation as translated in Simmons v. South Carolina and its children; and (2) whether Simmons uses in a sentencing case for capital murder devoted by an offender currently in jail, a context showing that imprisonment is not an enough methods of avoiding future violence by that offender.

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