Would it be unconstitutional for a state court to hear the charges and evidence from the prosecutor against a state citizen, and then subsequently sentence the citizen to death without an arrest, or opportunity to provide a defense?
I'm really surprised that anyone said yes to this. Let's hope that they're never accused of something. It could be them.
Same answer for other question. Go there for answer.
maybe they are reading the question wrong. or they are just effing with us, hopefully.
sorry response to rebelfury
Hey CA, still fûck you
That someone would say yes? Yeah. That's not ok.
Of course! There's not even an argument there.