I wish to c i t e to the Court two additional authorities in support of arguments presented in the State's brief in ££ai£ Vt Bishop. The case of Lockhart v. McCree, U.S. , 106 S.Ct. 1758 (1986), supports the argument contained in Point III (Brief of Respondent at 31) that death-qualification of the jury i s constitutional. The discussion in Model Penal Code, § 210.3 commentary at 44-73 (Official Draft and Revised Comments 1980) of manslaughter and the Code's adoption of the "extreme mental or emotional disturbance" language for that crime i s supportive of the State's argument in Point XVIII (Brief of Respondent at 110) that the mental disorders relied upon by defendant at trial did not fall within the scope of Utah Code Ann. § 76-5-205(1) (b) (Supp. 1984) (amended 1985).
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Legal Brief, Utah v. Bishop, No. 919907.00 (Utah Supreme Court, 1991).