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High Court Rejects Death For Child Rape; Penalty Reserved for Murder And Crimes Against State

Publication Date: 
June 26, 2008
The Washington Post
Robert Barnes

Jeffrey Fisher is quoted in the Washington Post about the Supreme Court's decision against imposing the death penalty in a child rape case, Kennedy v. Louisiana:

Stanford law professor Jeffrey L. Fisher, who argued the case on Patrick Kennedy's behalf, had told the court that expanding the death penalty to include non-homicidal rape would separate the United States from other Western nations and align it with "only a sliver" of the world.