Executions

Florida Asks to Resume Executions

Jun 30, 2015

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is asking the state Supreme Court to allow officials to execute a man convicted of murdering four people in Orlando.

Bondi asked the court Monday to lift the stay on the execution of Jerry Correll now that the U.S Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a sedative that is used in lethal injections in Florida.

Florida’s lethal injection procedure is constitutional according to a decision out Monday from the U.S. Supreme Court, the final day of decisions for this term.

Over the last several years, European drug manufacturers have tried to limit the use of their products in lethal injection executions. As a result, death penalty states were left scrambling to find replacements.

John Henry To Be Executed Tomorrow

Jun 17, 2014
www.dc.state.fl.us

Florida is on track to execute its first inmate since a flawed and controversial execution in Oklahoma. That state’s execution raised questions about the process of lethal injection as a means of capital punishment. But the next man in Florida will face the death penalty tomorrow.

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