Brothers' death sentences for Wichita murders reviewed again
May 26, 2021
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Two brothers who were sentenced to die in 2002 for four killings known as "the Wichita massacre" are back before the Kansas Supreme Court seeking to have their sentences commuted to life in prison.
The court heard arguments Monday from attorneys in the cases of Jonathan and Reginald Carr, The Wichita Eagle reports. Their attorneys continued to argue that their death sentences should be overturned because the two brothers had a joint hearing when jurors considered their punishments.
The Kansas court upheld their convictions in 2014 but overturned their death sentences,...