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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Court: Lawyer whiffing at Bentonville trial isnt enought for new hearingA Benton County inmate isn't entitled to a new sentencing hearing just because
Court: Lawyer whiffing at Bentonville trial isnt enought for new hearing
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
A Benton County inmate isn't entitled to a new sentencing hearing just because his trial lawyer may have delivered "one of the worst" closing arguments of his career, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The court reversed a Benton County... Read more
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5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
Arkansas Lawyer Asks For Mulligan In Death Penalty ConvictionLITTLE ROCK (KOTV) — Arkansas’ high court says a death row inmate isn’t entitle
Arkansas Lawyer Asks For Mulligan In Death Penalty Conviction
5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville / Posted 4 days ago
LITTLE ROCK (KOTV) — Arkansas’ high court says a death row inmate isn’t entitled to a new sentencing hearing just because his lawyer may have delivered “one of the worst” closing arguments of his career. The Arkansas Supreme Court Thursday reversed... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Arkansas court: Bad closing not enough for new sentence for death row inmateLITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' high court says a death row inmate isn't entitled to a
Arkansas court: Bad closing not enough for new sentence for death row inmate
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' high court says a death row inmate isn't entitled to a new sentencing hearing just because his lawyer may have delivered "one of the worst" closing arguments of his career. The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday reversed a... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Arkansas Lawyer Asks For Mulligan In Death Penalty ConvictionArkansas' high court says a death row inmate isn't entitled to a new sentencing
Arkansas Lawyer Asks For Mulligan In Death Penalty Conviction
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 4 days ago
Arkansas' high court says a death row inmate isn't entitled to a new sentencing hearing just because his lawyer may have delivered "one of the worst" closing arguments of his career. The Arkansas Supreme Court Thursday reversed a Benton County... Read more
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