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Editorial A Texas Man is Due to Die Because He's Black
The state of Texas agrees that unconstitutional testimony was introduced at the trial, but has argued that the testimony and the caliber of Buck's legal counsel don't constitute the kind of “extraordinary circumstances” under which Buck would be allowed to proceed.
LDF Video Examines Extraordinary Case of Racial Bias in TX Death Penalty Case on Final Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court4/07/16Related Case or Issue:
'One person, one vote' unanimously upheld
Chris Hayes examines the conservative challenge to the basic principle of 'one person, one vote.'
4/04/16Related Case or Issue:
Why Monday’s Supreme Court Decision on Redistricting Is Important
As the composition of the Supreme Court remains in flux following the death of one of its most outspoken justices and as the executive and legislative branches continue to battle over the timing of his replacement, the eight-member Court spoke in one voice today to affirm a bedrock democratic principle.