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McGirt's attorney claims prosecutors want retribution for upheaval in child sex abuser's federal sentencing
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McGirt's attorney claims prosecutors want retribution for upheaval in child sex abuser's federal sentencing

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Jimcy McGirt, whose victory in the U.S. Supreme Court last year has reshaped the criminal justice system in eastern Oklahoma, shouldn’t receive a longer sentence than federal guidelines require because of anger about the high court’s ruling, McGirt’s attorney told the judge in the case.

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Gov. Kevin Stitt ended the "McGirt v. Oklahoma Community Forum" roughly an hour earlier than planned July 13, descending from the podium to jeers and chants of "Shame on you" due to audience members' belief that prosecutors disrespected tribal sovereignty.


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