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By: Kyle Harstead CAPITAL PUNISHMENT A SOCIOLOGICAL VIEW
THE BASIC QUESTION
THE 8 TH AMENDMENT Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. Highly Debated Concept
HISTORY 1608 Captain George Kendall
INTENDED FUNCTIONS Deterrence Retribution Repentence
IMPORTANT CASES Furman v. Georgia Branch v. TexasJackson v. Georgia Gregg v. Georgia Jurek v. TexasRoberts v. LouisianaProffitt v. FloridaWoodson v. North Carolina
FURMAN V. GEORGIA Branch v. TexasJackson v. Georgia
GREGG V. GEORGIA Jurek v. TexasRoberts v. LouisianaProffitt v. FloridaWoodson v. North Carolina
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