FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, February 21, 2023 CONTACT: Kristin Houlé Cuellar, TCADP Executive Director512-552-5948 (cell); email@example.com@TCADPdotORG #TCADP2023 TCADP to mark 25th anniversary of annual statewide conferenceDeath row exoneree Anthony Graves to deliver […]
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In this edition Scheduled executions: Texas scheduled to execute two men this month, despite the fact their juries did not hear critical mitigating evidence about their backgrounds TCADP 2023 Annual […]
In this edition: Scheduled executions: John Ramirez faces execution on Wednesday despite District Attorney’s request to withdraw the date; Board declines to recommend clemency Case updates: Bell County drops death […]
In this edition: Scheduled executions: John Ramirez faces execution on October 5 despite District Attorney’s attempt to withdraw the date TCADP 2023 Annual Conference: Seeking nominations for our Annual Awards In […]
TCADP February Newsletter: Get ready for the Texas 2022 Primary Election!
In this edition Scheduled executions: Take action to stop the execution of Melissa Lucio TCADP 2022 Annual Conference: Join us on February 26, 2022 for a day of information and inspiration […]
TCADP January 2022 Newsletter: Starting the year on the right note – with no executions in Texas this month
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: […]
In this edition of our monthly newsletter, you’ll find information on legislative developments around the country, case updates related to intellectual disability and junk science, and guidance on how you can take action to stop the scheduled execution of Edward Busby. You’ll also find announcements related to our next webinar and book group meeting and the TCADP 2021 Annual Conference later this month.
In this edition of our monthly newsletter, you’ll find information on three federal executions scheduled for next week, as well as an execution set in Texas on January 21. Also, Anthony Graves reflects on 10 years of freedom since his exoneration and Alfred Dewayne Brown finally will be compensated by the State of Texas for his wrongful incarceration and decade on death row.