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Louisiana defends death penalty for child rape

Scotus blog provides analysis of the arguments in Kennedy v. Louisiana, which presents the issue of whether a state may impose the death penalty for persons convicted of child rape. Louisiana recently filed its Brief in Opposition. Scotusblog provides links to the brief, as well as links to the Opening Brief and Amicus Briefs.

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