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Supreme Court Sides with Arizona on Death-Row Evidence Appeals (1)

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David Martinez Ramirez and Barry Jones were convicted of murder and sentenced to death in separate state-court cases. Arizona officials said the pair had the chance to raise ineffective-assistance-of-trial-counsel claims. The defendants said their state postconviction lawyers were ineffective, too.
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Supreme Court Sides with Arizona on Death-Row Evidence Appeals (1)

The US Supreme Court ruled two death row inmates can’t raise evidence of ineffective counsel during a federal habeas appeal since they didn’t present it in state court.

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Supreme Court rules against 2 Arizona death row inmates

The U.S. Supreme Court has put two Arizona murderers back on death row, one convicted of killing a 4-year-old Tucson girl and another convicted of killing a teen and her mother in Phoenix.

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Supreme Court rejects appeals of death-row inmates in two Arizona killings - Cronkite News - Arizona PBS

May 23, 2022Supreme Court rejects appeals of death-row inmates in two Arizona killingsWASHINGTON - The Supreme Court ruled Monday that inmates do not have a right to raise defenses in federal court that were rejected in state courts, denying the appeals of two Arizona death-row inmates in the process. David Ramirez and Barry Jones, sentenced in separate killings, claimed that they were sentenced after poor representation at trial - followed by p…

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Supreme Court puts two Arizona men back on death row

PHOENIX – The U.S. Supreme Court has put two Arizona murderers back on death row, one who killed a 4-year-old Tucson girl and another who murdered a teen and her mother in Phoenix.

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US Supreme Court says two Arizona death-row inmates could not present new evidence in appeals - The Dialog • ChronLAW.com

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US Supreme Court sends 2 Arizona murderers back to death row

PHOENIX -- The U.S. Supreme Court has put two Arizona murderers back on death row, one who killed a 4-year-old Tucson girl and another who murdered a teen and her mother in Phoenix.

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