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Supreme Court rejects use of racial stereotypes in deciding punishment, reopens case of death row inmate

The Supreme Court on Wednesday firmly rejected the use of racial stereotypes when deciding the proper sentence for a convicted criminal, reopening the case of a black man who was condemned to death after his Texas jury was told African Americans are statistically more likely than whites to commit…


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Source: LA Times

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