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Joseph Norwood

Corey Atchison has been imprisoned for nearly 30 years after being convicted of first-degree murder in what police alleged was a gang-related shooting. But a a judge weighing whether to make a finding of "actual innocence" in his case - just as she did for the man's brother three years ago - could release him as soon as next week after witnesses identified someone other than Atchison as the killer.

Recently, the Tulsa World wrote an editorial about a case I handled. The Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down a law which has been dubbed the “no-pay, no-play” law for the reason that if violated the Oklahoma Constitution. The Tulsa World took the position that the underlying law was good policy. In my view, the Tulsa World is wrong.

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A girl who is accused of murdering a middle school classmate said she went "crazy on her" and stabbed the 13-year-old girl with a folding knife, a police detective testified Tuesday.

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