The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board voted 3-1 to suggest Julius Jones’ sentence be commuted from the loss of life penalty to life in jail with the potential of parole throughout a listening to Monday.
Jones has been on loss of life row since 2002 after he was convicted of killing Paul Howell in the summertime of 1999 when Jones was a scholar at OU. He was the primary loss of life row inmate scheduled to have his case heard by the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board.
The board’s advice will probably be despatched to Gov. Kevin Stitt’s desk.
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