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People who believe the death penalty is unconstitutional are most likely to cite which amendment in the Bill of Rights to support their case
People who believe the death penalty is unconstitutional are most likely to cite the EIGHTH Amendment in the Bill of Rights. (Cruel and unusual punishment).
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