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Death Penalty. (274708)
A capital sentencer may consider the aggravating circumstance that the defendant "exhibited utter disregard for human life" by acting in a "cold-blooded" way; this is not unconstitutionally vague. U.S. Supreme Court. Arave v. Creech, No. 91-1160. March 30, 1993. Lawyers Weekly USA No. 9900163) (27 pages). To order a copy of the opinion, call 800-933-5594.