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The Eighth Amendment and Its Future in a New Age of Punishment

By Meghan J. Ryan
  • ISBN Code: : 9781108498579
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Pages : 325
  • Category : Law
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A theoretical and practical exploration of the constitutional bar against cruel and unusual punishments, excessive bail, and excessive fines.

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