Flanked by Justice Eric S. Rosen, left, and Chief Justice Lawton R. Nuss, right, Justice Marla J. Luckert questions an attorney for Reginald Carr during a hearing before the Kansas Supreme Court on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, in Topeka. The hearing was the first of two held on separate appeals by Carr and his brother Jonathan Carr, who were sentenced to death for the shooting deaths of four people on Dec. 15, 2000, as the victims knelt on a field in Wichita, Kan.
Flanked by Justice Eric S. Rosen, left, and Chief Justice Lawton R. Nuss, right, Justice Marla J. Luckert questions an attorney for Reginald Carr during a hearing before the Kansas Supreme Court on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, in Topeka. The hearing was the first of two held on separate appeals by Carr and his brother Jonathan Carr, who were sentenced to death for the shooting deaths of four people on Dec. 15, 2000, as the victims knelt on a field in Wichita, Kan. Charlie Riedel File photo
Flanked by Justice Eric S. Rosen, left, and Chief Justice Lawton R. Nuss, right, Justice Marla J. Luckert questions an attorney for Reginald Carr during a hearing before the Kansas Supreme Court on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, in Topeka. The hearing was the first of two held on separate appeals by Carr and his brother Jonathan Carr, who were sentenced to death for the shooting deaths of four people on Dec. 15, 2000, as the victims knelt on a field in Wichita, Kan. Charlie Riedel File photo

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