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Lockett.v.Evans.2014.OK.33 (Lockett.v.Evans II)

In Lockett II, the OK Supreme Court granted petitioner Lockett’s emergency request for a stay of execution pending the inmate’s appeal from a constitutional challenge to Oklahoma’s… 428 more words

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Lockett.2014.OKCR.3

In Lockett, the OK Court of Criminal Appeals denied an emergency request for stay of execution pending a death row inmate’s appeal to the OK Supreme Court of a district court’s ruling in a civil case challenging the constitutionality of Oklahoma’s… 155 more words

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Lockett.v.Evans.2014.OK.28

In Lockett, the OK Supreme Court referred for a second time petitioner Lockett’s emergency request for a stay of execution to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals,  pending the inmate’s appeal from a constitutional challenge to Oklahoma’s… 265 more words

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Oklahoma Supreme Court Stays 2 Death Row Executions of Clayton Lockett and Charles Warner

A sharply divided Oklahoma Supreme Court on Monday stayed the execution of two death row inmates who have challenged the secrecy surrounding the source of the state’s lethal injection drugs.

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Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals Denies Request to Stop Two Executions

The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals denied a stay on Friday for two death row inmates set to be executed this month, saying it didn’t have jurisdiction — even though the state Supreme Court says it’s the only court that does.

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Civil Appeals in Oklahoma, by Lori Spencer, The Haubrich Law Firm, P.C.

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UPDATE: Oklahoma court rules lethal injection drug secrecy law unconstitutional

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma judge has ruled the state’s execution law is unconstitutional because it denies death row inmates the ability to know the source of the drugs used in executions. 739 more words

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