Yesterday Colorado’s Governor John Hickenlooper indefinitely delayed the execution of Nathan Dunlap.
Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty (CCATDP) put together the top five reasons why they want to see an
Retired Superior Court Judge Norman Barron of Delaware – called the “hanging judge” because of how frequently he handed down death sentences – recently joined the many voices already speaking
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law recently released two studies on the state of capital punishment in Colorado.
Warren Hill, a man who experts agree suffers from a severe intellectual disability, is scheduled for execution in Georgia next week, on February 19th.
A North Carolina judge recently ruled that race played a significant role in the death sentences for Tilmon Golphin, Christina Walters and Quintel Augustine.
The capital conviction of Jerry Hartfield, an illiterate man with an IQ of 51, was overturned in 1983. At that time, the appeals court ordered a new trial - but that trial never happened.
Warren Hill, a man with intellectual disabilities, had already eaten what was supposed to be his last meal when the Georgia Supreme Court issued a stay-of-execution last Monday.
UPDATE:: On June 28, North Carolina's Governor, Beverly Perdue, vetoed this legislation that would have essentially repealed the state's Racial Justice Act (RJA), saying, "Willfully ignoring the perni
In the first case heard under North Carolina’s Racial Justice Act (RJA), a judge found that racial b
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