Furman v. Georgia




Furman v. Georgia (1972) was a SCOTUS ruling that effectively made the death penalty unconstitutional; effectively overturned by Gregg v. Georgia 4 years later.

Read the abridge text of the case.

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Last Modified: 08/26/2018

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