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- Legally, there's a statute that says that even prisoners have a right to practice their religion as long as it doesn't interfere with the running of the prison.
- It was why a country as enlightened as the United States could still have a death penalty statute in place: it was just too frightening to think about what justice—or lack of it—would prevail if we didn't.
There are no more uses of "statutory law" in Change of Heart by Picoult.
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