What happens when a criminal case is brought to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, then reappealed after the court

What happens when a criminal case is brought to the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, then reappealed after the court has heard the case?
A.
A case decided by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals cannot be reappealed.
B.
The case must be appealed to the federal courts; if they refuse to hear the appeal, the case cannot be reappealed.
C.
The case must be appealed to the Supreme Court of Oklahoma; after the case is heard by the supreme court, it cannot be reappealed.
D.
The case can be appealed first to Oklahoma’s district courts, then to the Supreme Court of Oklahoma.
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