OCCAOnline Rules of the Court of Criminal Appeals
(Updated 1/31/2008 in accordance with 2008 OK CR 5)
Rule 5.5 Final Order; Exhaustion of State Remedies
Once this Court has rendered its decision on a post-conviction appeal, that decision shall constitute a final order and the petitioner's state remedies will be deemed exhausted on all issues raised in the petition in error, brief and any prior appeals. A petition for rehearing is not allowed and these issues may not be raised in any subsequent proceeding in a court of this State. The Clerk of this Court shall return to the movant any petitions for rehearing tendered for filing. See Section 1086 of Title 22.
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