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.
The reality television star said she and other advocates were "anxiously awaiting" Oklahoma governor's decision on whether to commute Jones' death sentence.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt yet to make a decision on whether Julius Jones' execution, scheduled Friday, will continue as planned.
"Judge Todd abandoned her judicial role to become an advocate," commission attorney Elizabeth Bern told the nine-judge panel in opening arguments.
Jones' execution is scheduled for November 19, but Gov. Kevin Stitt is still considering a state parole board recommendation to commute his death sentence.
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.
Jone's lawyers say the photos of the dead children prove his innocence by insanity and are calling for his sentence to be repealed.
The court will rule if inmates on death row are allowed to have spiritual advisers pray with them and lay a hand on them during their execution.
Witness accounts of John Grant's execution differed dramatically from the version offered by the state.
The Board recommended in a 3-1 vote that the governor alter Jones' sentence to life in prison with the possibility of parole, citing evidence doubts.
The court ruled that Grant, Jones and other inmates shouldn't have been removed from a lawsuit challenging Oklahoma's lethal injection protocols.
One expert concluded, "these patients were intentionally injected with air through their radial artery lines by William Davis."
In all, six scheduled executions in the state have been delayed this year due to religious freedom claims.
Judge Stephen Friot denied a motion for a preliminary injunction that was sought by five death row inmates.
"Yesterday's executions of 24 people demonstrates the Syrian government's disregard for international law," said Diana Semaan of Amnesty International.
Smith was sentenced to death after being convicted of the 1991 abduction and slaying of 22-year-old Sharma Ruth Johnson.
Nikolas Cruz confessed in August of 2018 to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
"This is an event that should've never happened. I'd also like to apologize to my mom and my daughter," Christopher Henderson said of the quintuple homicide.
Omar Yacob Bamadhaj said he was coerced into confessing for fear that authorities would also hang his father who was in the car with him.
Despite its opposition against the federal death penalty, the Biden administration asked the Supreme Court to uphold the verdict of the jury.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers likely argue their client did not face an adequately unbiased jury following extensive media coverage about the case.
Randy Halprin, who was part of the "Texas 7" gang of escaped prisoners, argued that he didn't receive a fair trial because former Judge Vickers Cunningham was prejudiced against him.
Richard Branson, the billionaire founder of Virgin Group, is leading the campaign that aims to eradicate capital punishment across the globe.
The 61-year-old died from an injection of pentobarbital at the state prison in Bonne Terre.
The parole board voted 3-2 to reject a clemency request for death row inmate John Marion Grant, whose scheduled execution date is October 28, 2021.
"Mr. Johnson's execution would be a grave act of injustice," Representatives Cori Bush and Emanuel Cleaver wrote in a letter to the Missouri Governor.
Johnson, 61, is scheduled to die by lethal injection at the state prison in Bonne Terre on October 5.
Ernest Johnson, 61, is set to be executed Tuesday at 6 p.m. for killing three people during a convenience store robbery in 1994.
Grant's execution would be Oklahoma's first since capital punishment was paused in 2015 after a series of botched and flawed executions.