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Williams v. Jones, No. 06-7103

By FindLaw Staff on July 08, 2009 5:56 PM

In a murder prosecution, Petitioner's habeas petition is granted, where the state appellate court erred by simply reducing Petitioner's sentence, as that remedy was not tailored to the seriousness of the ineffective assistance rendered by Petitioner's counsel.

Read Williams v. Jones, No. 06-7103

Appellate Information

Filed July 8, 2009

Judges

Per Curiam

Counsel

For Appellant:

Barry A. Schwartz, Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert, LLP, Denver, CO

For Appellee:

Diane L. Slayton, Assistant Attorney General, State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, OK

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