Court Orders New Sentencing Hearing For Convicted Murderer
Thursday, November 15th 2007, 6:12 am
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The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has ordered a new sentencing trial for Carlis Ball of Tulsa. Ball was found guilty of 1st-degree murder for scalding to death of his 2-year-old son Keenan Taylor in 2005. Ball was sentenced to two life prison terms, one for the murder, the other for child neglect.
The state appeals court in its ruling issued this week said the jurors were not instructed that Ball would serve 85% of his sentences before being eligible for parole.
6/9/2005 Authorities Investigating Death Of 2-Year-Old Child In A Tulsa Apartment
6/10/2005 Tulsa Police Continue To Investigate The Death Of 2-Year-Old Boy
6/14/2005 Funeral Service Held For Burned Child
8/9/2005 Tulsa Father Will Stand Trial For The Death Of His Son
2/14/2006 Trial Underway For Tulsan Accused Of Pouring Boiling Water On His Son
2/16/2006 Carlis Ball's Trial Continues In Tulsa County District Court
3/27/2006 Father Sentenced To Life In Prison; Juror Talks About Trial
9/27/2007 Family Suing DHS After Childâ€™s Death
11/8/2007 The Death Of Keenan Taylor