Lawyers: Inmate Set For Execution Should Be ResentencedNo one has been sentenced to death for a murder with one victim and one aggravating factor in over a decade.
Georgia Woman Won't Face Death Penalty For Attack On FamilyA Georgia prosecutor will not seek the death penalty against a woman charged with killing her husband and four children and seriously injuring another daughter by stabbing.
Man Convicted In 1996 Killing In Georgia Set To Be ExecutedThe two men were convicted and sentenced to death in the March 1996 slaying of Donovan Corey Parks.
Court Rejects Appeal Of Inmate Whose Execution Was HaltedThe 11th Circuit Court of Appeals denies death penalty appeal.
Only Woman On Georgia's Death Row ExecutedLast minutes appeals failed and Kelly Renee Gissendaner's was put to death by lethal injection for her role in the 1997 murder of her husband.
Call For Death Penalty In Church Shooting, But State Lacks The DrugTwo days after the shooting deaths of nine people during a Bible study at a Charleston church, Republican Gov. Nikki Haley made a bold public statement: The gunman "absolutely" should be put to death. But her state, though largely pro-death penalty, can't secure one of the drugs needed for lethal injections and hasn't executed an inmate since 2011.
Lawyers Say Alabama Could Execute Innocent ManLawyers for a man who was scheduled to be executed last month told judges Tuesday that prosecutors for 20 years withheld grand jury testimony and police notes that could prove his innocence.
Execution Of Georgia Woman On Hold Pending Supreme Court RulingThe execution of Kelly Renee Gissendaner is on hold while the U.S. Supreme Court reviews last-minute arguments by her lawyers.
Ahead Of Winter Storm, Georgia Delays Woman's ExecutionKelly Renee Gissendaner is now scheduled to die Monday for the 1997 murder of her husband.
Man Executed For Killing DeputyRobert Wayne Holsey was convicted of the 1995 murder of Baldwin County sheriff's deputy Will Robinson.
No Death Penalty For Dad Charged In Toddler Death A Georgia man accused of leaving his toddler son to die inside a hot car will not face the death penalty, a prosecutor said Wednesday.