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The teen convicted in a controversial suicide texting case has appealed to the US Supreme Court

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The teen convicted in a controversial suicide texting case has appealed to the US Supreme Court

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On July 8, Carters counsel filed a petition for review at the nations highest court, which Quartz has reviewed, arguing that her conviction violated the US Constitutions First Amendment free speech protections and Fifth Amendment Due Process Clause. Michelle Carter did not cause Conrad Roys tragic death and should not be held criminally responsible for his suicide, said her attorney Daniel Marx of the Boston law firm Fick & Marx LLP in a statement to Quartz. This petition focuses on just two of the many flaws in the case against her that raise important federal constitutional issues for the US Supreme Court to decide


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Added On: July 14, 2019, 6:36 pm


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