In a surprising move, Reggie Clemons has been granted a hearing to gather new evidence in his case. The hearing is scheduled for Monday, September 17th in St. Louis.
“A teen-age, African-American suspect. White murder victims. No physical evidence. Recanted eyewitness testimony. A guilty verdict, a death sentence and much doubt.
Illinois ended the death penalty this year. And Missouri could soon do the same. Find out how from EJUSA's Colleen Cunningham!
March 8, 2011: Introduced
March 31, 2011: Referred to the Crime Prevention and Public Safety Committee
May 13, 2011: Session ends, bill dies with end of session
Establishes a commission on the death penalty and places a moratorium on all executions until January 1, 2014
March 3, 2011: Referred to Representative Judiciary Committee
May 13, 2011: Session ended, bill not placed on calender for next session
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Establishes the Commission on the Death Penalty, places a moratorium on all executions until January 1, 2013, and creates the Cold Case Investigation Revolving Fund
Jan. 28, 2010: Introduced and read first time
Feb. 1, 2010: Read second time
May 14, 2010: Referred to Corrections and Public Institutions Committee
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