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Tulsa County judge sentences Christopher Lay and sets an appeal hearing for his father, Wade Lay

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A father and son convicted of robbery and murder have learned their fate.

The same Tulsa County District Court jury that found Wade and Christopher Lay guilty, recommended the death penalty for Wade and life in prison without parole for Christopher Lay.

A Tulsa County judge Monday gave Christopher Lay, life without parole and 25 years for robbery.

Wade Lay did not get a sentence from the judge, because he's now received a court-appointed attorney and is now appealing for a new trial. A hearing for the appeal is set for October 24th.
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