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Kansas v. Marsh

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Docket nos.  04-1170
Concurrence  Scalia
End date  2006
Citations  548 U.S. 163 (more)
Dissent  Stevens
Full case name  Kansas v. Michael Lee Marsh, II
Majority  Thomas, joined by Roberts, Scalia, Kennedy, Alito
Ruling court  Supreme Court of the United States
Similar  Baze v Rees, Oregon v Guzek, Ring v Arizona, Kennedy v Louisiana, Gregg v Georgia

Kansas v. Marsh, 548 U.S. 163 (2006), is a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that a Kansas death penalty statute was consistent with the United States Constitution. The statute in question provided for a death sentence when the aggravating factors and mitigating factors were of equal weight.

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