After a federal judge's ruling, Donald Grant is scheduled to be executed later this month, and Gilbert Postelle is set to be executed next month.
"While it may be gruesome to look at, we all agree it will be quicker," attorney Jim Stronski said about the use of firing squads instead of lethal injection.
James Coddington was restored as a plaintiff in a lawsuit against Oklahoma's lethal injection process after choosing a firing squad as an alternate method.
Stouffer, 79, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at 10 a.m. on December 9 at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester.
An assisted suicide machine's portability gives users the option of choosing where they spend their final moments.
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.
A spiritual advisor is allowed to accompany Bigler Stouffer II in the execution chamber and can touch him during his final moments before the execution.
Mississippi carried out its first execution in over nine years after states have struggled to find drugs needed for lethal injection.
Jones, 41, of Oklahoma is scheduled to be executed on Thursday for the 1999 killing of businessman Paul Howell. He has always maintained he was set up.
David Cox, who murdered his estranged wife, is scheduled for execution by lethal injection at 6 p.m. CST at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman.
Jones' execution is scheduled for November 19, but Gov. Kevin Stitt is still considering a state parole board recommendation to commute his death sentence.
Witness accounts of John Grant's execution differed dramatically from the version offered by the state.
David Neal Cox wrote to the state Supreme Court's chief justice in 2018 saying that he wanted to rescind all appeals and have his execution date set.
John Marion Grant, 60, was convicted in 1998 and given the death sentence for fatally stabbing prison cafeteria worker Gay Carter.
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.
A federal judge has agreed to consider whether Oklahoma's three-drug lethal injection violates the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
The state acknowledged the pentobarbital would expire up to 45 days after being compounded into an injectable fluid, rather than the 90 days it originally said.
The state Supreme Court ruled that Brad Sigmon and Freddie Owens have a statutory right to choose the manner of their execution.
Execution by nitrogen hypoxia is authorized under Alabama law, but the state has never put it into practice.
South Carolina is set to carry out its first executions in a decade due to a new law that compels condemned inmates to choose between the electric chair and a firing squad if lethal injection drugs aren't available.
Zane Michael Floyd had "exhausted his legal remedies," a judge has said, allowing prosecutors to set a date for the convicted mass murderer's execution.
State lawmakers approved a bill that will require condemned inmates to choose between dying in the electric chair or by a firing squad if lethal injection drugs aren't available.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich's office said it has asked the Arizona Supreme Court to set a briefing schedule before filing execution warrants.
Under current law, executions in the state must be carried out by lethal injection unless an inmate chooses electrocution.
Thirteen death row inmates were put to death in seven months after the Trump administration resumed federal executions last July.
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"The four murderers whose executions are scheduled today have received full and fair proceedings under our Constitution and laws," said Attorney General William Barr in a Monday statement.
That the integrity of drugs in states' hands would be unreliable is a concern, but Dr. Joel Zivot says that states should be disclosing "if what they have is expired."
If put to death on Friday, Lee Hall will be the fourth person in Tennessee to choose the electric chair over lethal injection within the past year.