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  4. "In a 5-4 opinion delivered by Justice Stephen G. Breyer, the Court held that the District Court's conclusion that the state violated the Equal Protection Clause in ...

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  5. ... at the Texas State Capitol in Austin...similar case of Van Orden v . Perry was handed... was Justice Stephen Breyer. [edit] Case...

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  6. ... 271–272 (1831); H. Stephen , Summary of the Criminal... of the United States 64 (1847); F. Wharton...1852). See also State v . Langford, 10 N...

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  7. ... Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer Case ..., XIV Roper v . Simmons, 543 U.... of the United States held that it is unconstitutional...

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  8. i agree with it 100% and i wish people would be more accepting toward how things were back then because back when it was written religion was not a huge issue. A LOT of the people were under the same if not close to the same religion and that is why they...

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  9. ... declared unconstitutional through the ruling in People v . Stephen LaValle. See: http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/ state _by_ state (Select NY in sidebar)

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  10. ... in Everson v . Board of Education. Accomodationist legal scholar Stephen Monsma, for example, notes...'s evaluation of the state 's attempts to separate out...

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