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James Cahill. A jury in Syracuse, N.Y., sentenced him to death in 1999 for killing his semi-comatose wife with poison while she was in the hospital. The final brief in the case is due to be filed on Nov. 20. It is expected that the New York Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments early next year. � Stephen LaValle. LaValle was sentenced to die by a Suffolk County, N.Y., jury for the rape and murder of a popular high school teacher near her home in Yaphank, N.Y., in 1997. The last brief in the case will be filed on July 16, 2003, with oral argument likely to follow in the fall of 2003. � Angel Mateo. A Rochester, N.Y., jury sentenced him to death in 1999 for the execution-style killing of a 20-year-old man while Mateo was in a frenzied hunt for his estranged girlfriend. The briefing schedule calls for Mateo’s reply brief to be filed on Sept. 3, 2003. The case will likely be argued in the Court of Appeals before the end of 2003. � Robert Shulman. In 1999, a Suffolk jury sentenced him to die for the killing and dismemberment of three women. In addition, he pleaded guilty to the killing of two other women in Westchester County, N.Y., and will serve a term of 25 years to life even if his capital murder conviction is overturned. The record on appeal, which is estimated to be at least 100,000 pages, will not be filed until June 21. His appeal is not expected to be argued in the Court of Appeals until sometime in 2004. � Nicholson McCoy. McCoy, who was convicted of sodomizing and killing a co-worker, was the last of the inmates currently on death row to be sentenced. The record of the trial in Suffolk County is due to be settled this June, and the appeal is not expected to be argued until early 2005.

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