Dixon, 66, died by lethal injection at the state prison in Florence on May 11.
The Arizona Supreme Court struck down an attempt to repeal Clarence Dixon's death sentence.
Clarence Dixon, 66, is set to receive a lethal injection at the state prison in Florence for the 1978 killing of 21-year-old student Deana Bowdoin.
The 66-year-old is set to be the first inmate executed in Arizona in nearly eight years.
Buntion, 78, is scheduled to be executed on April 21 for the killing of a Houston police officer more than 30 years ago.
Retribution is not an effective way of managing basic criminals or mass murderers in society.
The notion "thou shall not kill" as a blanket statement morally doesn't work.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Tsarnaev's initial death sentence reversal was improperly managed due to potential juror questionnaire discrepancies.
Gilbert Postelle, 35, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester on February 17.
The woman's attorneys say she was wrongfully convicted for the accidental death of her 2-year-old daughter.
The U.S. introduced nitrogen asphyxiation as an alternative execution method in April 2015, but it has never been used.
Grant, 46, was put to death by lethal injection shortly after 10 a.m. on January 27 at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester.
Grant, 46, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester on January 27.
Death penalty opponents will gather outside the Supreme Court to call for the passage of the Federal Death Penalty Prohibition Act.
The 11 executions carried out in 2021 were the fewest since 1988, according to the Death Penalty Information Center's year-end report.
Stouffer, 79, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at 10 a.m. on December 9 at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester.
One of the state's botched executions made a death row inmate suffer for 45 minutes before he finally died. Normally, the onset of death only takes 10 minutes.
Pervis Payne's death sentences for the 1987 killing of a woman and her 2-year-old daughter were vacated by a Tennessee judge.
If the classical definition of justice is to reward good and punish evil, then there is no more quintessentially just act than to execute murderers.
"He was still holding out hope, but he also was preparing himself," attorney Kelli Masters told Newsweek ahead of Jones' scheduled execution.
"Governor, you still have a chance, you still have time," his mother told the governor. "You have time ... to get this right."
Stavros Lambrinidis, the European Union's ambassador to the U.S., sent a letter to Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt asking him to grant clemency to Jones.
Justice Kavanaugh has suggested that prisoners are "moving the goalposts on their claims in order to delay executions" in a case brought by a Texas inmate.
Oklahoma's Pardon and Parole Board has twice voted to recommend Gov. Kevin Stitt commute Jones' sentence. His execution is scheduled for November 18.
Witness accounts of John Grant's execution differed dramatically from the version offered by the state.
The court ruled that Grant, Jones and other inmates shouldn't have been removed from a lawsuit challenging Oklahoma's lethal injection protocols.
Judge Stephen Friot denied a motion for a preliminary injunction that was sought by five death row inmates.
Smith was sentenced to death after being convicted of the 1991 abduction and slaying of 22-year-old Sharma Ruth Johnson.
Despite its opposition against the federal death penalty, the Biden administration asked the Supreme Court to uphold the verdict of the jury.