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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.

Appellate Law

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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Oklahoma's 2014 Official Citation Change - What Does it Mean?

Oklahoma Makes It Official (But What Does That Signify?), by Peter Martin, Citing Legally Blog

http://citeblog.access-to-law.com/?p=107

For over 16 years Oklahoma appellate courts have attached non-proprietary, print-independent citation data to their decisions at the time of release, placed those decisions online at a public site, and required lawyers to cite state precedent using this contemporary system.

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