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James McKinney was convicted of killing two people in home burglaries almost thirty years ago justice Brett Kavanaugh rejected the arguments that McKinney should be sentenced again this time by a jury he was sentenced to die by a judge McKinney also argued the court did not fully consider the horrific physical abuse he suffered as a child justice Ruth pater Ginsburg wrote in dissent she would hold McKinney's death sentence unconstitutional the Supreme Court ruled in two thousand two juries not judges must impose death sentences the Arizona Supreme Court upheld McKinney sentence in twenty eighteen if passed was taken into consideration and Donahue Washington