TCADP’s September 2014 Alert contains information about scheduled executions in Texas, our calendar of events for the month ahead, and great news from North Carolina about the exonerations of two men who spent 30 years in prison for a crime they didn’t commit.
By: Sam Johnson, St. Mary’s University, School of Law Intern After maintaining his innocence for 30 years, Glenn Ford is on the cusp of being released from death row in Louisiana. In 1984, Ford, a young African American man in Shreveport, was convicted and sentenced to death by an all-white jury for the murder of […]
Today, December 18, 2012, the Death Penalty Information Center (DPIC) released its year-end report, The Death Penalty in 2012. According to the report, the number of new death sentences in 2012 was the second lowest since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976. Several states, including North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina, did not impose […]
In This Edition: Watch a short clip from the House Party with Sara Hickman and Shelley King. Learn where Sara gets her passion for this issue and why she is a member of TCADP! Scheduled Executions Recent News Upcoming Events Announcements Take Action Today! Calendar Executions The State of Texas is scheduled to carry out […]
n this monthly alert, you will find opportunities to get involved on the local level and recent death penalty developments. We encourage you to attend upcoming events and become a TCADP member today. Thank you for joining us as we seize the momentum to end the death penalty once and for all! In This Edition: Scheduled Executions Upcoming Events […]
The National Registry of Exonerations is a joint project of the University of the Michigan Law School and the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University School of Law, maintaining an up to date list of all known exonerations in the United States since 1989. Browse the Registry. Texas Highlights Of the 891 exonerations listed […]
Texas death row exonoree Anthony Graves will join Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III, Senior Pastor of Friendship-West Baptist Church, on Monday, April 23, 2012 for a conversation about how he survived nearly two decades of wrongful incarceration.
Juan Roberto Melendez-Colon, who survived nearly 18 years on death row for a crime he did not commit, will share his story of wrongful conviction and ultimate exoneration with people of faith, students, and community members throughout San Antonio from April 12-15, 2012.