Tenth Circuit upholds Oklahoma death sentence

The Bryan-College Station Eagle has this story about yesterday’s decision by the Tenth Circuit in Eizember v. Trammell, upholding a death sentence imposed against Scott Eizember as a result of a series of crimes he committed in 2003.

Judge Neil Gorsuch wrote the majority opinion for the panel, and Chief Judge Mary Beck Briscoe concurred in part and dissented in part.

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