Tonight, January 10, 2023, the State of Texas carried out its first execution of the year, putting Robert Fratta to death. Fratta, a former Missouri City police officer, maintained his […]
In this edition: Scheduled executions: Nine executions already scheduled in Texas this year; three people facing execution file lawsuit regarding expired drugs used in lethal injections TCADP 2023 Annual Conference: Join […]
UPDATE: Tonight the State of Texas put to death Carl Wayne Buntion, the first execution in the state in over six months. At age 78, Buntion is the oldest person […]
On Wednesday, July 6, a Texas state district judge withdrew the execution order for Perry Eugene Williams, who was scheduled to be put to death Thursday, July 14 for the 2000 […]
In this edition of our monthly newsletter, you’ll find information about four executions scheduled to take place in Texas in April, as well as recent positions taken by two pharmaceutical associations that discourage their members from participating in the execution process. You’ll also find updates on our legislative advocacy efforts.
In this month’s e-newsletter from TCADP, you’ll find information about three executions scheduled to take place in January, as well as recent developments related to lethal injection challenges. You’ll also find an action to thank outgoing Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and volunteer opportunities in Texas.
The State of Texas is scheduled to resume executions this Wednesday, September 10th, after an unusual four-month hiatus. It if proceeds, the execution of Willie Trottie will be the first […]
Today’s execution of Joseph Wood in Arizona took nearly two hours as he repeatedly gasped and snorted, according to witnesses. Some reports say that Wood gasped more than 600 times during […]