Fri., August 3, 2012 6:58am
Records show that one of the drugs that was to be used in Warren Lee Hill's scheduled execution in Georgia last month had expired two weeks before he was scheduled to die. The Department of Corrections tried to change its procedures from three drugs to one — a barbiturate — in an effort to keep the execution on track.
Thu., July 26, 2012 6:51pm
Georgia's highest court has denied the state's request to expedite an appeal in the case of a death row inmate whose execution was delayed earlier this week.
Wed., July 25, 2012 10:28am
The Georgia attorney general has asked the state's highest court to expedite an appeal in the case of a death row inmate whose execution was delayed this week. The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday granted a stay of execution to Warren Lee Hill so it could consider an appeal by the inmate over Georgia's recent switch from a three-drug combination to a single-drug execution method.