Eighth Amendment Challenge to Three Strikes Law Fails.

Is a sentence of twenty five years to life fair for a case normally punishable by sixteen months, two years or three years in state prison just because the individual has two prior strikes?  Is it cruel and unusual punishment to give the person a sentence more than eight times longer than the maximum just because he or she has a prior history.  Read the following case summary about a written decision that considered whether the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unsual punishment was violate by California’s Three Strikes Law – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1931165.html.

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