Evidence of religious conversion at a death penalty
sjamar at law.howard.edu
Fri Nov 12 14:50:11 PST 2004
But Eugene, doesn't your solicitude for individuated, non-group focused
jurisprudence in the area of rights trump everything for you here, like
it has nearly always done for the S Ct in the death penalty cases?
That is, every fact matters, and group-based analysis (one religious
group or another) is per se not relevant?
I'm not arguing for this position, just surprised to see Eugene seem to
take a position so at odds with his typical individual rights positions.
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