Gregg v. Georgia (1976) is significant in that it.
A. Settled once and for all the debate over whether the death penalty constitutes cruel and unusual punishment. B. Was the first time the court found a state s death penalty practices (in this case, the state of Georgia) to be freakish and random. C. Marks the Supreme Court s ruling that the death penalty is unconstitutional, even though it is an extreme sanction for the most significant of crimes. D. A and C E. B and C