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Criminal Law: Death Penalty Case-Habeas Relief-Actual Innocence

Where a defendant scheduled for execution sought a writ of habeas corpus arguing that he was actually innocent and incompetent to be executed, the defendant failed to offer sufficient evidence to show actual innocence by a preponderance of the evidence to support a gateway claim of actual innocence, and there was no clear and convincing ...