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  1. Basically, it laid the groundwork for later caselaw (especially Baze v . Rees in 2008) which determined that various methods of capital punishment do not violate the Constitution's cruel and unusual punishment clause.

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  2. ...unnecessary." Punishments completely forbidden (case1)In Wilkerson v . Utah (1878, pertaining to methods of capital punishment), the Supreme...

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  3. ...child rape "where the victim’s life was not taken." In Wilkerson v . Utah , 99 U.S. 130 (1878), the Court stated that death by...

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  4. .... [edit] Punishments entirely forbidden In Wilkerson v . Utah (1878), the Supreme Court commented that drawing and...

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  5. .... [edit] Punishments entirely forbidden In Wilkerson v . Utah (1878, pertaining to methods of capital punishment), the Supreme...

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