- Supreme Court ruling gives Kip Kinkel an appeal
- (AP) – An attorney for Thurston High School shooter Kipland P. Kinkel will augment an appeal of his nearly 112-prison sentence by using a U.S.
- Appeals Court denies Kip Kinkel's bid for shorter sentence
- PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Kip Kinkel has lost another bid to reduce the 111-year sentence he received for the 1998 mass shooting at Springfield's Thurston High School. The Oregon Court of Appeals on Wednesday affirmed a Marion County judge's ruling that ...
- Kip Kinkel uses landmark US Supreme Court ruling to challenge sentence
- Almost 15 years after he fatally shot his parents and then went on a shooting rampage at Thurston High School, Kipland P. Kinkel is asking a state judge to throw out his nearly 112- year sentence based on a landmark ruling last summer by the U.
- Kip Kinkel loses bid for new sentencing hearing in Thurston High shooting
- SALEM – A Marion County judge Thursday dismissed Kipland P. Kinkel's request for a new sentencing hearing. Judge Thomas Hart said he found the arguments of the state attorney general's office persuasive.
- Oregon's attorney general asks judge to throw out Kip Kinkel's request for new
- Kinkel received a nearly 112-year sentence -- not a mandatory life sentence -- from a Lane County judge who exercised his discretion and considered Kinkel's age, according to the attorney general's office.
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