Constitutional Amendment Spurs Call For Stay Of ExecutionA Death Row inmate is hoping for a last-moment reprieve.
Florida Ready To Resume ExecutionsFlorida's death penalty hiatus is slated to end Thursday, when the state plans to execute the first Death Row prisoner in more than 19 months.
Florida Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of First Execution In MonthsFlorida’s first execution in 18 months is scheduled to take place August 24th after the state Supreme Court refused to block the execution of Death Row inmate Mark James Asay.
Court Orders Release Of Florida Death Row InmateCiting a lack of evidence and the prosecution's failure to seek others who may have had a motive for murder, the state's highest court has ordered the release of a former Air Force sergeant on death row for the deaths of an ex-girlfriend and their son.
New Hearing For North Miami Cop KillerA split Florida Supreme Court has ordered a new hearing for Leonardo Franqui to determine whether he is intellectually fit to be executed.
Judge Denies Racism, Sexism AllegationsA Jacksonville circuit judge is flatly denying the accusations of inappropriate conduct.
Racism Allegations Against Judge Enter Death Row CaseRacism allegations against Judge Mark Hulsey have entered a death row case.
Florida Supreme Court To Weigh In On Death Row SentencesThe state's highest court has heard arguments in the case of a death row inmate which could potentially impact nearly 400 more condemned prisoners.
State Supreme Court To Consider Sentencing In Six Death Row CasesIn another sign of the impact of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down a key part of Florida's death-penalty sentencing system, the state Supreme Court has issued orders allowing six Death Row inmates to file briefs about how the ruling might apply to their cases.
Execution Delay Sought Amid Missing RecordsAttorneys for a convicted murderer scheduled to be put to death on St. Patrick's Day are asking the Florida Supreme Court for a stay, arguing that records --- including some stored in an insect-infested shed --- were destroyed.
Stay Of Execution Sought After Supreme Court Ruling Following a ruling this by the U.S. Supreme Court on the state's death penalty system, a Florida death row inmate has requested a stay of execution from the Florida Supreme Court.