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Roper v. Simmons - Supreme Court\u27s Reliance on International Law in Constitutional Decision-Making

By Jessica Mishali
Topics: Jessica Mishali, Mishali, Roper v. Simmons, supreme court, constitutional law, International law, eight amendment, cruel and unusual punishment, Stanford v. Kentucky, juvenile death penalty, death sentence, roper v Simmons, Stanford, foreign law, human rights, foreign opinion, evolving standards of decency, death penalty, international perception, United States, Atkins v. Virginia, unconstitutional, maturity, sense of responsibility, morally reprehensible, Constitution, International covenant on Civil and political rights, ICCP, Convention on the rights of a child, Geneva convention, American Convention on Human Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Human Rights Law, International Law, Legal Remedies, Other Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Touro Law Center
Year: 2014
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