HACKETT v. PRICE, 01-9008
Defendant's death sentence is affirmed where he failed to show a reasonable likelihood that jurors applied the challenged instruction and verdict form in a way that prevented the consideration of constitutionally relevant evidence since the jury found unanimously that no mitigating circumstance exists.
- Argued 07/08/2002
- Decided 08/26/2004
- Published 08/26/2004
AMBRO, Circuit Judge., Before BECKER, Chief Judge,AMBRO and GREENBERG, Circuit Judges.
United States Third Circuit
David Curtis Glebe (Argued), Assistant District Attorney, Thomas W. Dolgenos, Chief, Federal Litigation, Ronald Eisenberg, Deputy District Attorney, Law Division, Arnold H. Gordon, First Assistant District Attorney, Lynne Abraham, District Attorney, Office of District Attorney, Philadelphia, PA, for Appellants.
Norris E. Gelman, (Argued), Philadelphia, PA, for Appellee.