Capital punishment was declared unconstitutional in California on July 16, 2014 when federal judge Cormac J Carney ruled that California’s death penalty system is arbitrary and plagued with delay. It violates the 8th Amendment’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment by imposing a sentence that “no rational jury or legislature could ever impose: life in prison, with the remote possibility of death”. Death sentence in California originated in 1778 when four Native Americans were sentenced to be shot for conspiracy to commit murder.
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