SCOTUS Stays Inconsistently?: The Supreme Court’s Seemingly Contradictory Decisions Regarding Two Death-Row Inmates’ Requests

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By: Lauren Wiggins

Research and Writing Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

          On February 6, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit entered an emergency stay for the execution of Dominique Ray.[1] Continue reading “SCOTUS Stays Inconsistently?: The Supreme Court’s Seemingly Contradictory Decisions Regarding Two Death-Row Inmates’ Requests”