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July 13, 2013 2:52 PM

Supreme Court ruling threatens to invalidate Kansas hard 50 sentences

A U.S. Supreme Court decision that prompted the Kansas Attorney General’s Office to drop plans to seek a hard 50 sentence against convicted wife-killer Brett Seacat could invalidate the hard 50 sentence given to Scott Roeder, who was convicted of murdering abortion doctor George Tiller.

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