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Holding : The Eighth Amendment does not require a finding that a juvenile is permanently incorrigible before imposing a sentence of life without parole. Judgment : Affirmed, in an opinion by Justice Kavanaugh on April 22,


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In doing so, the Court added Williams to a line of cases including Plessy v. The constitutional provisions were not facially discriminatory, but Williams argued that they were discriminatory when applied by the administrative officers.

The court had ly held that states could not use race as an explicit basis for discrimination in civil and political arenas, but in this case, the justices reasoned that as long as the racial oppression was achieved in a facially neutral manner, the Fourteenth Amendment had been satisfied.

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Because the provisions were facially nondiscriminatory and could be applied to all individuals, regardless of race, the court found them to be in accordance with the Fourteenth Amendment. Williams v.

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Williams argued that this last provision in particular was discriminatorily applied. The case originated when an all-white jury indicted Henry Williams, an African American, for murder in Williams filed a motion to quash the indictment on the ground that the laws under which the jury was formed were unconstitutional. Mississippi the US Supreme Court upheld the poll tax, disenfranchisement clauses, literacy tests, and the grandfather clause, all of which were features of the Mississippi Constitution and statutes.

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This was one method, Williams argued, that the state used to abrogate the suffrage rights of African Americans. Written by Amanda Brown, University of Mississippi.

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The court essentially found that the administrative officers, not the law, were discriminating against African Americans and that no judicial remedy existed for that type of discrimination. The court found that merely showing that the provisions of the Mississippi Constitution and statutes might operate as discriminatory against African Americans was not enough; Williams must have presented proof of actual discrimination.

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In Williams v. The administrative officers received broad discretion to determine which citizens were qualified to vote and thus to serve as jurors. The trial court held that removal could not take place because when racial discrimination was alleged, removal was only justifiable when the discrimination resulted from the constitution or laws of the state, not from their administration.

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