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A 20-year-old Lima murder case is back in the news. A federal appeals court says a lower court judge can hold a hearing to weigh two juror bias claims in the case of convicted killer Jeronique Cunningham. The 49-year-old Cunningham and his half-brother Cleveland Jackson were convicted and sentenced to death for a deadly drug-related robbery on Eureka Street in Lima back in 2002. Two girls, including a 3-year old, were killed in the attack. Five others were injured.

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Governor Mike DeWine has pushed back a Lima man's execution date to 2021. 41-year-old Cleveland Jackson was scheduled to die by lethal injection in November of this year, but DeWine has given him a reprieve until January 13 2021. A complaint was made against the attorneys that represented Jackson, and DeWine says it was a serious allegation and needed to be resolved before the disciplinary process can move forward. Jackson was found guilty for the 2002 deaths of 17 year-old Leneshia Williams and 3 year-old Jayla Grant, who were killed during a robbery.

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Governor Mike DeWine has pushed back Cleveland Jackson's execution date from May to November of this year. It's in response to a federal court order for the state to come up with a new execution protocol, after the judge's scathing critique of a sedative used in the current process.