Justin Michael Wolfe, whose 2002 murder-for-hire was previously vacated, remains on death row as the state appeals a judge’s order in the case, but he learned yesterday that if the order holds up he might walk free. A new order from U.S. District Judge Raymond A. Jackson clarifies previous order that vacated Wolfe’s conviction and sentence on the murder-for-hire. The new order states Wolfe’s “conviction is VACATED on all counts,” including a gun charge and marijuana distribution. For any of those charges, prosecutors must retry Wolfe or release him within 120 days. It’s unlikely either would actually occur within that time because a stay could be ordered by the federal courts while the state appeals the decision.