Furman V. Georgia: Cruel and Unusual Punishment (Great Supreme Court Decisions)

Furman V. Georgia: Cruel and Unusual Punishment (Great Supreme Court Decisions) PDF

In the summer of 1967, William Henry Furman broke into a house in Savannah, Georgia. He carried a pistol, but he never intended to fire the gun. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned for Furman, his gun went off and killed a man. William Furman was convicted of murder and sentenced to die in the electric chair. This title recounts his story.

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