Feb. 26: The inmates, whose executions are scheduled for March, file a civil lawsuit against the state seeking details about the drugs that will be used to execute them, including their source.
March 10: District Court Judge Patricia Parrish says that she's willing to take the civil case but that she cannot set aside the inmates' execution dates. Parrish says the state Court of Criminal Appeals, which sets execution dates, must decide on requests for stays of execution.
March 11: Defense attorneys ask the Oklahoma Supreme Court to delay the executions.
March 13: The Supreme Court forwards to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals the request from the inmates to halt their executions.
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