In this edition: Scheduled executions: Texas set to execute two people in October In case you missed it: Jury imposes first new death sentence in El Paso since 2014 while Collin […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE12:01 ET, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2022 CONTACT: Kristin Houlé Cuellar, TCADP Executive Director512-552-5948 (cell)firstname.lastname@example.org www.tcadp.org@TCADPdotORG#TXDP2022 Texas’s death penalty a “lethal lottery” as State pursues executions in flawed cases that […]
In this edition: Scheduled executions: State of Texas set to execute two men this month; both had previous execution dates in the past two years Case updates: U.S. Supreme Court […]
In this edition Scheduled executions: No executions set in Texas for January or February TCADP 2022 Annual Conference: Don’t miss keynote speaker, Sister Helen Prejean! In case you missed it: […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2021, 12:01 AM EASTERN CONTACT: Kristin Houlé Cuellar, Executive Director512-552-5948 (cell)email@example.com www.tcadp.org@TCADPdotORG #TXDP2021 Texas’s death penalty mired in a mess of its own making as inconsistencies, […]
In this edition: Scheduled executions: All three November execution dates in Texas have been withdrawn Case updates: Judge declines to recommend a new trial for Rodney Reed, who maintains his […]
Amnesty International recently released its annual Global Report: Death Sentences and Executions 2020, which updates key figures on the use of capital punishment worldwide. Overall, executions and death sentences dropped […]
In this edition of our monthly newsletter, you’ll find updates on exonerations in Texas and nationwide, as well as a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning a conviction due to egregious racial bias in the jury selection process. We also mark the anniversary of the Court’s decision, Gregg v. Georgia, which paved the way for the resumption of executions in this country.