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In Heckler v. S. 821, 1985), the unanimous Court agreed that, in this case, the FDA did not have jurisdiction. Is Execution by Hanging Constitutional? Washington state law imposes capital punishment either by ‘‘hanging by the neck’’ or, if the condemned chooses, by lethal injection. Charles Rodham Campbell was convicted of three counts of murder in 1982 and sentenced to death. Campbell, in challenging the Capital Punishment constitutionality of hanging under the Washington statute, claimed that execution by hanging violated his Eighth Amendment right because it was a cruel and unusual punishment.
They were subsequently sentenced to life in prison. RIGHT TO EFFECTIVE COUNSEL In 1989 Kevin Eugene Wiggins received a death sentence for the 1988 drowning of an elderly Maryland woman in her home. The Maryland Court of Appeals affirmed his sentence in 1991. With the help of new counsel, Wiggins sought postconviction relief, challenging the quality of his initial lawyers. Wiggins claimed his lawyers failed to investigate and present mitigating evidence (evidence that may lessen responsibility for a crime) of his horrendous physical and sexual abuse as a child.
Meanwhile, Yates was backing out of the store with his gun pointed at the owner. After being told to do so by Davis, Yates fired two shots. The first bullet wounded Wood; the second missed. Yates then jumped into the car and waited for Davis. When Davis did not appear, Yates drove off. Inside the store, although wounded, Wood pursued Davis. As the two struggled, Wood’s mother, Helen, came in and ran to help her son. During the struggle Helen Wood was stabbed once in the chest and died at the scene.
Capital Punishment: Cruel and Unusual? (Information Plus Reference Series) by Kim Masters Evans