Gregg V. Georgia 1976
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Gregg v. Georgia 1976
A Jury found Troy Gregg guilty of committing an armed robbery and murder. In accordance with Georgia law, the trial was in two stages, a guilt stage, and a sentencing stage. At the guilt stage of Georgia's bifurcated procedure, the jury found the petitioner guilty of two accounts armed robbery and murder. At the penalty stage, the judge instructed the jury that it could recommend either a death sentence or a life prison sentence on each count and the jury returned the verdict of death. Challenging his death sentence, Gregg claimed that his capital sentence was “cruel and unusual” punishment, violating the 8th and 14th amendment.
The primary question to be considered was if the imposition of the death sentence is prohibited under the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments as "cruel and unusual" punishment. Similarly just a few years earlier in Furman v. Georgia (1972) it ...
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