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Quiz_questions_relevant_to_exam__2 - Match the quote with...

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Match the quote with the judicial opinion 1.“Under contemporary standards of decency, however, a permanent ban on visitation presents more than just a harsh and restrictive condition[; it constitutes] conditions of confinement [that] amount to cruel and unusual punishment.” 2.“Whether a sentence encompasses the extinction of a constitutional right enjoyed by free persons turns on state law, for it is a State’s prerogative to determine how it will punish violations of the law.” 3.“The Court makes no pretense that execution of the mildly retarded would have been considered ‘cruel and unusual’ in 1791. Only the severely or profoundly mentally retarded… enjoyed any special status under the law at that time.” 4.“[T]he Court’s assessment of the current legislative judgment regarding the execution of defendants like petitioner more resembles….rationalization …rather than any objective effort to ascertain the content of an evolving standard of decency. I write separately, however, to call attention to the defects in the Court’s decision to place weight on foreign laws, the views of professional and religious organizations, and opinion polls in reaching its conclusion.” 5.“[O]ur death penalty jurisprudence provides two reasons consistent with the legislative consensus that the mentally retarded should be categorically excluded from execution.” A.Justice O’Connor’s majority opinion in Turner v. Safley B.Chief Justice Rehnquist’s dissenting opinion in Atkins v. Virginia C.Justice Breyer’s concurring opinion in Beard v. Banks D.Justice Scalia’s dissenting opinion in Atkins v. Virginia E.Justice Stevens’s majority opinion in Atkins v. Virginia F.Judge Edmonds’s opinion in Bazzetta v. McGinniss G.Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion in Overton v. Bazzetta H.Justice Murphy’s majority opinion in Ex parte Hull I.Justice Thomas’s concurring opinion in Overton v. Bazzetta J.Justice Bush’s concurring opinion in Shaw v. Murphy 1.In O’Lone v. Estate of Shabazz (concerning Muslim prisoners)—the claimed rights violation was A.Establishment Clause B.Free Exercise Clause C.Equal Protection Clause D.Due Process Clause
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2. In O’Lone , the Court decided the case by using the test from A. Turner v. Safley B. RLUIPA C. Americans United v. Prison Fellowship D. Trop v. Dulles 3. In Kuperman v. Wrenn (beard case), the prisoner was A.Amish B. Muslim C. Jewish D. Mennonite 4. In Cutter v. Wilkinson , the State of Ohio claimed that the federal statute violated A.Establishment Clause B.Free Exercise Clause C.Equal Protection Clause D.Commerce Clause 5. In Americans United v. Prison Fellowship , the State of Iowa was accused of violating A.Establishment Clause B. Free Exercise Clause
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