Death Row

After Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years awaiting his death sentence, his case went to the Supreme Court and he was set free. Now, he’s working to abolish the death penalty entirely.
The state hasn't executed anyone since 1939 and currently has only one person on death row.
They're asking Tennessee's governor to grant clemency to Donnie Edward Johnson, who is set to die May 16 for a 1984 murder.
Scott Dozier, who spent 11 years on death row, had pleaded for his execution, insisting "life in prison isn't a life."
With another Arizona death row inmate taking his case to the Supreme Court, justices ought to keep people like me in mind.
Kenneth Williams' lawyers argued he was intellectually disabled, making his execution unconstitutional.
What kind of person thinks its acceptable to sneak into the dens of hibernating bears, and dogs nursing their young, and
The American Nurses Association has come out with a strong rebuke of capital punishment.
The state's highest court ruled that inmates condemned since 2002 may get new sentencing hearings.
Besides arguing the Supreme Court's Booth decision had been overruled by the Payne decision, the state also argued that it
The premeditated killing of human beings by the state is expensive and just plain wrong.
Evangelicals are increasingly seeing the death penalty as a "pro-life" issue.