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Dec 24, 2017 ... Rudolph J. Gerber has never forgotten where he was when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the death penalty over 45 years ago. He was a new lawyer in Phoenix, working as the associate director of the Arizona Criminal Code Commission. The landmark 1972 ruling in Furman v. Georgia invalidated ...


Defendant Charles Rodman Campbell appeals his conviction of three counts of first degree murder and his death sentence. Twelve issues are presented: 1. Whether the trial court violated defendant's right to a speedy trial (CrR 3.3), by granting defense counsel's request for a trial continuance over defendant's objection. 2.


2d at 824. III. The Federal Habeas Proceedings. On May 26, 2004, Mr. Wood filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus in which he asserted his ineffective assistance, Atkins and Batson claims, among others. Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus By Prisoner in State Custody Under Death Sentence, Wood v. Campbell, et al.,.


May 26, 1994 ... PENITENTIARY, et al. ... Petitioner Charles Rodman Campbell, who is scheduled to be executed "by hanging by the neck" in Washington this week, contends that hishanging will constitute a ... I agree, and accordingly, even if I believed that the death penalty could be applied constitutionally, see Callins v.


Nov 4, 2009 ... Wood asserts several reasons the Supreme Court should reverse the Eleventh Circuit by granting his petition of habeas corpus and overturning his death sentence. Respondent Richard Allen, Commissioner of the Alabama Department of Corrections, et al. (“Alabama”) argues that the Eleventh Circuit ...


Court of Civil Appeals of Alabama. Pamela HILL v. Randy Joe CAMPBELL et al. 2980439. Decided: June 15, 2001. Harvey B. Morris and Brent L. Parker of Morris , Cloud & Conchin, P.C., Huntsville, for appellant. Ruth Ann Hall of Spurrier, Rice, Wood & Hall, Huntsville, for Farmers Insurance Exchange. David R. Pace of ...


Apr 16, 2008 ... See United States v. Detroit Timber & Lumber Co., 200 U. S. 321, 337. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Syllabus. BAZE ET AL. v. REES ... cantly reduces a substantial risk of severe pain. Pp. 8–14. (a) This Court has upheld capital punishment as constitutional. See Gregg v. Georgia, 428 U. S. ...


6 days ago ... A judge sentenced Craig Wood to the death penalty Thursday for the 2014 murder of Hailey Owens. ... Capital Jury Project, went a step further, telling the News-Leader any new judge-imposed death sentence has a good chance of being found unconstitutional because of the high court's ruling in Hurst vs.


Jul 21, 2014 ... v. CHARLES L. RYAN, Director of the. Arizona Department of Corrections; et al.,. Defendants-Appellees. No. 14-16310. D.C. No. 2:14-cv-01447-. NVW-JFM. ORDER ... WOOD V. RYAN. 4. I take the occasion to point out how we got here. Until about three decades ago, executions were carried out by.