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Student’s Name:Professor’s Name: Course Name: Date: Hurst v. Florida 577 U.S. ___ (2016) 8-1 Decision Majority Opinion: Sotomayor j. joined by Roberts C.J. Scalia Thomas Kennedy Ginsburg Kagan JJ. Concurring Opinion: Beyer J. Dissenting Opinion: Alito J. Facts of the Case Under the law of Florida life imprisonment is the potential sentence which a felon of capital nature should. The defendant may receive a death sentence. This will occur in case of additional proceeding which will impose such a sentence. These additional proceedings must result in findings that will compel the court to arrive at such a decision that the person shall be punished by death. An evidentiary proceeding will be conducted by the judge in the proceedings before a jury. The jury will then render the advisory sentence by a majority vote. Before arriving at such a sentence which in this case may be dissenting opinion citing reasons behind that. He felt that the court should have applied the case in Ring directly. Alito stated that:Under Arizona the jury played no role and the Florida case is quite different from this. In the Florida case the jury played a critically important role. The amendment did not require the jury to make fact factfinding so that a death penalty could be authorized. He also stated that even if there was an error this error did not have any harm because the jury made the recommendation for the death sentence (DPIC 2017). Works Cited Demleitner Nora V. "Implementing Change in Sentencing and Corrections: The Need for Broad-Based Research." Federal Sentencing Reporter (2016). Hurst v. Florida | Death Penalty Information Center. (2017). Deathpenaltyinfo.org. Retrieved 14 November 2017 from deathpenaltyinfo.org Wermer Jeffrey. "The Jury Requirement in Death Sentencing after Hurst v. Florida." Denv. L. Rev. 94 (2016): 385. [...]

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Below pick one of these three cases. The writer can read all of them and the writer will write about the one that the writer find most interesting. Please follow the attache file. I upload an example. 1. Hurst v. Florida, 577 U.S. ___ (2016) 2. Coleman-Bey v. Tollefson, et al., 575 US __ (2015) 3. Jennings v. Stephens, 574 US ___ (2015)

Subject Area: Criminology

Document Type: Dissertation

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