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  1. Spuehler v. State (1985)

    Thomas Edward Spuehler was convicted of Murder in the First Degree, in the District Court of Texas County, Case No. CRF-82-185, but pursuant to a change of venue tried in the District Court of Beaver County, Case No. CRF-82-70, pursuant to 21 O.S. 1981, § 701.7. A verdict of life imprisonment was returned by the jury, and judgment and sentence was imposed in accordance with the jury's verdict.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-83-423
  2. Burks v. State (1979)

    Samuel Rayfael Burks and Sam J. Agee have appealed their convictions in the District Court, Washington County, of Robbery With Firearms. Although they were tried together, they were represented by separate counsel and have brought separate appeals. We have consolidated their appeals for the sake of convenience and judicial economy. At the trial, the State presented extensive testimony and evidence concerning a burglary and the larceny of an automobile committed the day after the robbery. Both [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-77-50, F-77-67
  3. Stouffer v. State (1987)

    Petitioner, Bigler Jobe Stouffer, II, was convicted of Murder and Shooting with Intent to Kill. He received the death penalty and life imprisonment, respectively. On direct appeal his judgment and sentences were affirmed, and he petitions this Court for rehearing.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-85-443
  4. Walker v. State (1997)

    Jack Dale Walker was tried by a jury and convicted of First Degree Malice Aforethought Murder in violation of 21 O.S.Supp.1982, § 701.7(A) (Counts I and II), Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon in violation of 21 O.S.Supp.1982, § 645 (Count III), and Assault with a Dangerous Weapon in violation of 21 O.S.Supp.1982, § 645 (Counts IV and V), in Tulsa County District Court Case No. CRF-89-18. In accordance with the jury's recommendation, the Honorable Clifford E. Hopper sentenced Walker [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: PC-96-1003
  5. Romano v. State (1993)

    Appellant John Joseph Romano was tried by jury and convicted of Murder in the First Degree (21 O.S. 1981, § 701.7) and Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, After Former Conviction of Two or More Felonies (21 O.S. 1981, § 801), Case No. CRF-87-397, in the District Court of Oklahoma County. The jury found the existence of four aggravating circumstances and recommended punishment of death for the murder conviction and one thousand (1000) years imprisonment for the robbery conviction. The trial court [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-87-441
  6. Fox v. State (1989)

    Billy Ray Fox, appellant, was convicted in Oklahoma County District Court of three counts of Murder in the First Degree while in the commission of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon, pursuant to the felony-murder doctrine codified at 21 O.S. 1981, § 701.7(B). He was tried before a jury and punishment was set at death on each count. The trial court sentenced him accordingly.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-86-511
  7. Chaney v. State (1980)

    Larry Leon Chaney, hereinafter to be called the defendant, was convicted of Murder in the First Degree — 21 O.S.Supp. 1979, § 701.7 — in the District Court, Tulsa County, in Case No. CRF-77-756. After a hearing on the aggravating and mitigating circumstances of the case, the jury voted to impose the death penalty.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-77-699
  8. Pickens v. State (1993)

    Appellant Darrin Lynn Pickens was tried by jury and convicted of Robbery with a Firearm, After Former Conviction of a Felony (21 O.S. 1981, § 801) (Count I); Shooting with Intent to Kill, After Former Conviction of a Felony (21 O.S. 1981, § 652) (Count II); Assault with Intent to Kill, After Former Conviction of a Felony (21 O.S. 1981, § 652) (Count III); and Murder in the First Degree (21 O.S.Supp. 1982, § 701.7) (Count IV); in Case No. CF-90-717, in the District Court of Tulsa County. The [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-90-1180
  9. Woodruff v. State (1993)

    Robert Macy, Dist. Atty., Lou Keel, Greg Ryan, Asst. Dist. Attys., Trial Counsel, and Robert H. Henry, Atty. Gen. of Oklahoma and Beverley Quarles Watts, Asst. Atty. Gen., Oklahoma City, Appellate Counsel for appellee.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-87-442
  10. Mayes v. State (1994)

    Appellant William Raymond Mayes was tried by jury and convicted of Court I, Murder in the First Degree (21 O.S.Supp. 1982, ง 701.7(A)); and Count II, Conspiracy to commit Murder (21 O.S. 1981, ง 421), Case No. CRF-89-77, in the District Court of Jefferson County. The jury found the existence of one aggravating circumstance (the murder was especially heinous, atrocious or cruel (21 O.S. 1981, ง 701.12(4)) and recommended punishment of death for murder; and ten (10) years imprisonment and a [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-90-776
  11. Malone v. State (1994)

    J.D. Malone, Appellant, was tried by jury and convicted of Murder in the first degree (21 O.S.Supp. 1989, § 701.7(A)) and acquitted of Shooting with Intent to Kill (21 O.S. 1981, § 652) in the District Court of Carter County, Case No. CRF-89-529, before the Honorable John Scaggs, District Judge. The jury found two (2) aggravating circumstances and sentenced Appellant to death.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-90-809
  12. VanWoundenberg v. State (1986)

    The appellant, Sammy VanWoundenberg, was convicted in the District Court of Muskogee County, Case No. CRF-83-64, of First Degree Murder, for which he received a sentence of death. From this judgment and sentence he appeals.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-84-95
  13. Parker v. State (1996)

    Steven Eugene Parker, appellant, was tried by jury for the crime of first degree felony murder in violation of 21 O.S.1991, § 701.7, in Case No. CF-93-1832 in the District Court of Oklahoma County before the Honorable Virgil C. Black, District Judge. Appellant was represented by counsel. The jury returned a verdict of guilty and set punishment at life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. The trial court sentenced appellant in accordance with the jury's verdict. From this Judgment [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-94-1098
  14. Simpson v. State (1994)

    Appellant James E. Simpson was tried by a Logan County jury in case no. CRF-88-42, and convicted of Count I, Sodomy (21 O.S. 1981, § 886); Count II, First Degree Rape (21 O.S.Supp. 1986, § 1114); Count III, Lewd Molestation (21 O.S.Supp. 1985, § 1123); and Count IV, Exhibition of Pornography to a Minor/Solicitation of a Minor to Perform Obscene Acts (21 O.S.Supp. 1984, § 1021(B)). He received sentences of ten (10) years for Count I, one hundred (100) years for Count II, twenty (20) years [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-89-1335
  15. Irvin v. State (1980)

    Warner Houston Irvin, Sr., was convicted in the Oklahoma County District Court, Case No. CRF-76-4351, of the offense of Murder in the First Degree. His punishment was fixed by a jury at death. Formal judgment and sentencing was imposed by the Honorable Floyd Martin, District Judge, on March 7, 1977. On appeal, the appellant urges 22 allegations of error.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-77-378
  16. Cargle v. State (1995)

    Appellant Marcus L. Cargle was tried by a jury in the District Court of Oklahoma County, Case No. CF-93-6982, and convicted of Count I and Count II, Murder in the First Degree (21 O.S. 1991, § 701.7(A); and Count III, Possession of a Firearm After Former Conviction of a Felony (21 O.S.Supp. 1992, § 1283). For the weapons charge he received a sentence of ten (10) years. The prosecution sought the death penalty on each murder count, alleging (1) The defendant was previously convicted of a [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-94-763
  17. Walker v. State (1986)

    The appellant, Gary Alan Walker, a/k/a Gary Alan Edwards, was charged in the District Court of Tulsa County, Case No. CRF-84-2088, with the offense of Murder in the First Degree. He was convicted by a jury, and punishment was assessed at death by lethal drug injection. Judgment and sentence was imposed in accordance with the jury's verdict. We affirm.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-84-795
  18. Crawford v. State (1992)

    Appellant Joseph Crawford was tried by jury and convicted of Murder in the First Degree (21 O.S.Supp. 1982, § 701.7); First Degree Burglary, After Former Conviction of a Felony (21 O.S. 1981, § 1431); Robbery by Force, After Former Conviction of a Felony (21 O.S. 1981, § 791); and Larceny of an Automobile, After Former Conviction of a Felony (21 O.S. 1981, § 1720), Case No. CRF-88-41, in the District Court of Creek County. The jury found the existence of one aggravating circumstance and [...]

    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-89-39
  19. Robison v. State (1984)

    Olan Randle Robison, appellant, was convicted of three counts of Murder in the First Degree in Stephens County District Court Case No. CRF-80-165. In accordance with 21 O.S.Supp. 1976, § 701.11, the jury fixed punishment at death by lethal injection, in all three counts.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-81-388
  20. Boltz v. State (1991)

    John A. Boltz, appellant, was tried by jury for the crime of Murder in the First Degree in the District Court of Pottawatomie County, Case No. CRF-84-97. Appellant was represented by counsel. The jury returned a verdict of guilty and sentenced appellant to death. The trial court sentenced appellant accordingly. From this judgment and sentence, appellant appeals.


    Court: Court of Criminal Appeals of Oklahoma Docket: F-84-765

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