A man commits the brutal crime of murder. He is sentenced to life in

A man commits the brutal crime of murder. He is sentenced to life in prison without parole. One day while out in the recreational yard, he suffers a massive heart attack. He is rushed to the hospital and doctors work to revive him while he flatlines for about 8 minutes. Finally, he is revived. He later with the assistance of his attorney argues that his client should be released from incarceration, due to the fact that he was sentenced to life in prison, which technically means until you die. His attorney argues since his client was clinically pronounced dead by a certified physician at the time, and had no vital signs of life he should be released.

He takes his case to the U.S. Supreme Court. Should the U.S. Supreme Court hear his case? Do you agree with the inmates point of view?

Could this be the reason some states sentence people to more than one life term? Also, consider the case in Oklahoma, regarding the recent incident involving the botched execution.

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