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Did the Texas court fail to comply with the Supreme Court's previous remand in this capital case?

Author: Kathy Swedlow
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Division of Public Education, American Bar Association, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:Preview of United States Supreme Court cases, Vol. no. 34, issue no. 4 (Jan. 8, 2007)
Database:WorldCat
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Discusses the case Smith v. Texas: the U.S. Supreme Court had reversed the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in 2004 and remanded the case; on rehearing, the Texas court seemingly ignored much of the Supreme Court's opinion and denied relief. Issues to be addressed include mitigating evidence, the Texas sentencing procedures in a capital case, and the authority of the Supreme Court over a state court.
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Genre/Form: Cases
Named Person: LaRoyce Lathair Smith
Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Kathy Swedlow
ISSN:0363-0048
OCLC Number: 311142774
Notes: Caption title.
At head of title: Death penalty.
Reproduction Notes: Photocopy. [Mich. : s.n., 2009]. [5] leaves ; 28 cm.
Description: p. 185-188 ; 28 cm.
Other Titles: Preview of United States Supreme Court cases.
Responsibility: by Kathy Swedlow.

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Discusses the case Smith v. Texas: the U.S. Supreme Court had reversed the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in 2004 and remanded the case; on rehearing, the Texas court seemingly ignored much of the Supreme Court's opinion and denied relief. Issues to be addressed include mitigating evidence, the Texas sentencing procedures in a capital case, and the authority of the Supreme Court over a state court.

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