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List of Present and Upcoming Death Penalty and Capital Murder Trials in progress and sentencing / Scheduled Executions
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    List of Present and Upcoming Death Penalty and Capital Murder Trials in progress and sentencing / Scheduled Executions

    Last updated April 21, 2019

    Federal

    Aubrey Maurice Jordan (September 4, 2018)
    Brandon Michael Council (January 14, 2019)
    Brendt Christensen (April 8, 2019)
    Cortez Lakeith Byrd (September 4, 2018)
    Earl Fisher
    Kenneth Manzanares (May 19, 2019)
    Mark Dencklau
    Michael A. Owle (2020)
    Monroe L. Hughes III (September 4, 2018)
    Ruben Laurel (2020)
    Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov

    Military

    Ali Abd al-Aziz Ali
    Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (March 2019)
    Mustafa Ahmad al-Hawsawi
    Ramzi bin al-Shibh
    Walid bin Attash

    Alabama

    Dama Clark (March 4, 2019)
    Derrill Richard "Rick" Ennis (Tentative - February 2020)
    Dewayne Barnes
    Gacolby Green
    Jose Luis Rosales, Sr.
    Kenneth Temple
    Latransezon Malloy
    Michael Anthony Powell (June 10, 2019)
    Nathaniel Dennis
    Riley Hamm, Jr. (2019)
    Roderick Derrell King

    Arizona

    Aaron Schmidt
    Christopher Paul Mason (November 2019)
    Christopher Redondo (January 30, 2019)
    Jesus Busso-Estoppellan
    John Leo Davis
    Johnny Josue Sanchez
    Jose Gonzalez-Dominguez
    Jose Valenzuela (April 24, 2019)
    Justin James Rector (Postponed)
    Montez Lavell Wright III
    Shawn Main
    Sterling Randall Hunt
    William D. Randolph (April 29, 2019)

    Arkansas

    California

    Brandon Martin
    Charles Merritt (January 7, 2019)
    Daniel Contreras (April 2019)
    Edward Younghoon Shin
    Erika Sandoval
    Freddie Santa Cruz
    Gonzalo Curiel
    Jesse Perez Torres (Jury Recommends Death Penalty)
    John Hernandez Felix (March 4, 2019)
    Jon David Guerrero
    Karl Karlsen
    Melvin Sandoval
    Omar Araujo
    Pierre Haobsh (2020)
    Rogelio Contreras
    Salvador Vasquez-Oliva (August 2019)
    Salvador Venegas (Jury Recommends LWOP)
    Santos Grimaldi
    Tokunbo Okuwoga
    Vicente Ibarra

    Colorado

    Marco Garcia-Bravo (October 30, 2018)
    Robert Lewis Dear (Incompetent)

    Florida

    Alejandro Aleman (2019)
    Andrew Joseph
    Anthony Washington
    Carmen Barahona
    Christian Cruz (Jury Recommends Death Penalty)
    Christopher Redd
    Christopher Vasata (May 3, 2019)
    Curtis Reeves
    Curtis Marco Wilson
    Daniel Durning
    Derrick Ray Thompson (April 29, 2019)
    Donald Wayne Hartung, Sr.
    Egypt Moneeck Robinson
    Granville Ashanti Ritchie
    Henry Segura (April 22, 2019)
    Jamaal Smith
    Jennifer Perry
    Jimmy Rodgers (June 3, 2019)
    Jorge Barahona
    Jose Manuel Martinez (June 10, 2019)
    Juan Rosario (Jury Recommends Death Penalty)
    Karari Ritchie
    Katherine Magbanua (October 8, 2018)
    Kristen Meyer (2019)
    Marcus Royal
    Mark Sievers (June 3, 2019)
    Markeith Lloyd (September 30, 2019)
    Michael Shane Bargo, Jr. (Jury Recommends Death Penalty)
    Michael Anthony Gordon (Jury Recommends Death Penalty)
    Nicole G. Nachtman
    Nikolas Cruz (September 2019)
    Rodney Clark
    Ronnie Betts
    Russell David Tillis (May 2019)
    Scottie Allen (Jury Recommends Death Penalty)
    Sheila Keen-Warren
    Sigfredo Garcia
    Steven Lorenzo
    Terry Maurice Newkirk, Jr.
    Trey Nonnombre
    "Wild Bill" Roberts

    Georgia

    Brandon David Conner (October 1, 2018)
    Byron James Shepherd
    Donnie Russell Rowe
    Ricky Dubose (October 1, 2018)
    Tiffany Moss

    Idaho

    Erik Ohlson (June 3, 2019)
    Timmy Kinner, Jr. (January 13, 2020)

    Indiana

    Anthony Baumgardt (August 3, 2020)
    John Austin Ball (November 20, 2020)
    Joseph Oberhansley (Incompetent)
    Marcus D. Dansby (April 15, 2019)
    Wayne Kubsch (February 11, 2019)

    Kansas

    Cornell Antoine McNeal
    Luis Alvarado-Maraz

    Kentucky

    Aaron Lee Pearson (January 14, 2019)
    Brice Rhodes (July 2019)
    Dawan Q. Mulazim
    Demetrius Ulysses Roberson (March 9, 2019)
    Efrain Diaz (March 11, 2019)
    James Mallory
    Jeremy J. Demar (March 20, 2019)
    Justin D. Smith (March 11, 2019)
    Marquess Smith
    Roscoe Ray Henson (June 2018)
    Terry L. Froman
    Timothy Madden (September 4, 2019)
    Travis Bredhold (June 1, 2020)
    Tyrone Thomas
    Valerie Stenson

    Louisiana

    Aramis Jackson
    Brian Lyn Smith
    Charles McQuarter III
    Grover Cannon (March 25, 2019)
    Kenneth James Gleason (March 11, 2019)
    Kevin Daigle (July 1, 2019)
    Kyle Joekel
    Landon Broussard

    Mississippi

    Byron McBride (Postponed)
    Joshua Archie

    Missouri

    Allen McCoy
    Andrew Vrba
    Brandon B. Howell (April 9, 2019)
    Brandon Rapier (March 11, 2019)
    Christopher D. Lewis
    Grayden Lane Denham
    Keith Boyles
    Melvin Scherrer
    Shawn Kavanagh (June 2019)
    Stephen Thompson (September 2019)
    Timothy M. Brokes, Jr. (May 7, 2019)

    Montana

    Nebraska

    Aubrey Trail (June 2019)
    Bailey Boswell
    Rodolfo Castaneda-Morejon

    Nevada

    Alonso Perez
    Bayzle Morgan
    Benjamin Paul Frazier
    Claude Shafer, Jr.
    Robert Dixon Dunn
    Wilbur Ernesto Martinez-Guzman (April 6, 2020)

    New Hampshire

    New Mexico

    North Carolina

    Adolphus Earl Kimbrey II
    Casey Parsons
    David Godwin (April 1, 2019)
    Harry Levert Davis
    Mikel Brady (October 7, 2019)
    Phillip Michael Stroupe II

    Ohio

    Anthony James Pardon (August 16, 2019)
    Brittany Pilkington (January 15, 2019)
    Jack Welninski
    James Johnson
    Jeffrey Ryan Holsinger (April 17, 2019)
    Jocquez Ross (November 5, 2019)
    Joseph McAlpine
    Joshua Dale Gurto (April 2, 2019)
    Michael D. McLendon
    Michael Stumph
    Quentin Lamar Smith (October 11, 2019)
    Tony Patete
    Tyler Ocasio
    Zachary Harris

    Oklahoma

    Byron James Shepard (October 2019)
    Gerald Lowe, Jr.
    Jacky Cardale Mayfield
    Michaela Riddle
    Nathan Aaron Leforce
    William Reece (June 17, 2019)

    Oregon

    Anthony W. Montwheeler
    Craig Dennis Bjork (April 2019)
    Jeremy Joseph Christian (June 24, 2019)
    Troy Russell Phelps (October 1, 2019)

    Pennsylvania

    Abraham Cruz, Jr. (February 25, 2019)
    Branden Frazier
    Brandon Lee Wolowski (Jury Recommends Life)
    Cesar Mazza (May 6, 2019)
    Cosmo DiNardo (November 7, 2018)
    Henry Clay Crawford
    Joseph Spudis
    Sean Kratz (November 7, 2018)

    South Carolina

    Cephas Cowick (August 19, 2019)
    James Daniels (August 27, 2018)
    Jerome Jenkins, Jr. (August 27, 2018)
    Joseph Daniels (March 2019)
    Krystal Daniels (March 2019)
    McKinley Daniels (August 27, 2018)
    Timothy Ray Jones, Jr. (October 15, 2018)

    South Dakota

    Allen Otto

    Tennessee

    Erika Castro-Miles
    Jason Autry
    John Dylan Adams
    Norman Clark
    Steven Wiggins

    Texas

    Briana Payne
    Dameon Mosleyin
    Daniel Edward Greco (September 2019)
    Elisa Victoria Losoya (2019)
    Gary David Green (May 2019)
    Guadalupe Vela
    Gustavo Zavala-Garcia (June 6, 2019)
    Ismael Castillo (January 14, 2019)
    Johnny Joe Avalos (March 2019)
    Joseph Tejeda (April 29, 2019)
    Kevin Leo Watson
    Kyron Rayshawn Templeton
    Lonzell Hunter
    Luis Antonio Arroyo
    Marvin Louis Guy (2019)
    Ronald Anthony Burgos Aviles (June 2019)
    Ronald Lee Haskell
    Sampson Oguntope
    Sandra Vasquez
    Sarah Nicole Henderson (July 30, 2019)
    Tyrone Jamaal Williams (September 9, 2019)
    VonTrey Jamal Clark (2020)
    Xavier Sneed

    Utah

    Brenda Emile
    Miller Costello

    Virginia

    Alexander Hill, Jr.
    Cristian Josue Sanchez-Gomez (October 16, 2018)
    Darcel Murphy (May 2019)
    Dion Phoenix
    James Alex Fields, Jr. (Jury Recommends Life)
    Kevin Josue Soto Bonilla
    Lisandro Posada-Vazquez
    Shakira Murphy (January 3, 2019)
    Tobias Owens
    William Roy Brissette (Incompetent)

    Wyoming

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    How many doses of lethal injection drugs does Texas have?

    14 Doses in Stock

    With execution drugs in short supply across the nation and increasing secrecy about the companies that provide them, The Texas Tribune is keeping track of movement in the state’s supply.

    7 Doses Expire June 5, 2019

    7 Doses Expire June 27, 2019

    2 Executions scheduled after doses in stock expire

    Scheduled Executions

    4/24/19 - Jasper - John William King

    5/2/19 - Harris - Dexter Darnell Johnson

    8/21/19 - Montgomery - Larry Ray Swearingen

    9/4/19 - Tarrant - Billy Jack Crutsinger

    Recent Inventory Changes

    -1 dose (February 28, 2019) Execution of Billie Coble
    -1 dose (January 30, 2019) Execution of Robert Jennings
    -1 dose (December 11, 2018) Execution of Alvin Braziel
    -1 dose (December 4, 2018) Execution of Joseph Garcia
    -1 dose (November 14, 2018) Execution of Robert Ramos
    -1 dose (September 27, 2018) Execution of Daniel Acker
    -1 dose (September 26, 2018) Execution of Troy Clark
    -1 dose (July 17, 2018) Execution of Christopher Young
    -1 dose (June 27, 2018) Execution of Danny Bible
    -1 dose (June 20, 2018) Drugs removed from stock for testing
    +15 doses (June 18, 2018) Drugs added to inventory
    8 doses (June 2018) Expiration date was extended
    -1 dose (May 16, 2018) Execution of Juan Castillo
    -1 dose (April 25, 2018) Execution of Erick Davila
    -1 dose (March 27, 2018) Execution of Rosendo Rodriguez III
    -1 dose (February 1, 2018) Execution of John Battaglia
    -1 dose (January 30, 2018) Execution of William Rayford
    6 doses (January 22, 2018) Expiration date was extended
    -1 dose (January 18, 2018) Execution of Anthony Shore
    -1 dose (November 8, 2017) Execution of Ruben Cardenas
    -1 dose (October 12, 2017) Execution of Robert Pruett
    -1 dose (July 27, 2017) Execution of TaiChin Preyor
    +8 doses (July 20, 2017) Drugs added to inventory
    -8 doses (July 20, 2017) Drugs expired
    -8 doses (March 31, 2017) Drugs expired
    -1 dose (March 14, 2017) Execution of James Bigby
    -1 dose (March 7, 2017) Execution of Rolando Ruiz
    -1 dose (February 7, 2017) Drugs removed from stock
    +11 doses (February 2, 2017) Drugs added to inventory
    -1 dose (January 26, 2017) Execution of Terry Edwards
    -1 dose (January 11, 2017) Execution of Christopher Wilkins
    -2 doses (October 31, 2016) Drugs removed from stock
    -1 dose (October 5, 2016) Execution of Barney Fuller
    -1 dose (August 3, 2016) Drugs returned to supplier
    +12 doses (August 1, 2016) Drugs added to inventory
    -10 doses (July 11, 2016) Drugs returned to supplier

    Why This Matters

    Since 1977, lethal injection has been the method for executing Texas criminals sentenced to death. But the drugs used in executions have changed over the years, as the state has struggled to get a hold of enough life-ending doses.

    Texas, along with other states that hold executions, has been engaged in a battle for years to keep an adequate inventory of execution drugs. Currently, the state uses only pentobarbital, a sedative it has purchased from compounding pharmacies kept secret from the public.

    To promote transparency, The Texas Tribune has obtained the inventory history and current supply of execution drugs held by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The information, collected through continuous open records requests, is updated regularly with the available doses and recent changes to the state’s inventory.

    In 2011, drug manufacturers began blocking their products from being used in lethal injections. As Texas’ struggled to perform executions, it turned to compounding pharmacies, state-regulated agencies that mix their own drugs without federal regulation.

    When one pharmacy’s name became public, the owner said he received threats, and asked for the drugs to be returned. Texas refused, and the state Legislature passed a law in 2015 to maintain the privacy of any person or business involved in an execution, from the person who inserts the needle to the company that sells the drug.

    Since then, Texas has kept enough pentobarbital in stock for scheduled executions, faring better than some other states. But the drugs haven’t come easy.

    In 2016, Pfizer, the last-remaining open-market manufacturer of drugs that were used in executions, banned its products from being used for that purpose. Afterward, states that had regularly performed executions halted the practice as they are unable to obtain any drugs. Others rushed to schedule executions ahead of the expiration dates of their limited supply of drugs or switched to using a controversial sedative, midazolam, which was involved in botched executions in Oklahoma and Arizona.

    Texas has been able to keep an adequate supply on hand, but part of that is because the state has repeatedly extended the expiration date of doses in stock — retesting the potency levels as the expiration date nears and then relabeling them. The practice has drawn sharp criticism from death penalty defense attorneys, who say the old drugs are causing painful executions.

    Even with its relative security, Texas is always looking for new supplies. In 2015, the state attempted to import from overseas a drug previously used by Texas in executions, sodium thiopental. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration seized the drugs and later ruled that they couldn’t be brought into the United States because they were unapproved and misbranded, but the state is fighting that ruling.

    https://apps.texastribune.org/execution-drugs/
    https://apps.texastribune.org/death-row/

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    Scheduled Executions

    John William King - Texas Execution - 4/24/19 (Pending)
    Scotty Garnell Morrow - Georgia Execution - 5/2/19
    Dexter Darnell Johnson - Texas Execution - 5/2/19
    Donnie Edward Johnson - Tennessee Execution - 5/16/19
    Stephen Michael West - Tennessee Execution - 8/15/19
    Larry Ray Swearingen - Texas Execution - 8/21/19
    Billy Jack Crutsinger - Texas Execution - 9/4/19
    Warren Keith Henness - Ohio Execution - 9/12/19
    Charles Walton Wright - Tennessee Execution - 10/10/19
    Angelo Fears - Ohio Execution - 10/17/19
    Cleveland R. Jackson - Ohio Execution - 11/13/19
    Leroy Hall - Tennessee Execution - 12/5/19
    James Galen Hanna - Ohio Execution - 12/11/19
    Kareem M. Jackson - Ohio Execution - 1/16/20
    Melvin D. Bonnell, Jr. - Ohio Execution - 2/12/20
    Nicholas Todd Sutton - Tennessee Execution - 2/20/20
    Gregory Lott - Ohio Execution - 3/12/20
    Abu-Ali Abdur' Rahman (James Lee Jones) - Tennessee Execution - 4/9/20
    John David Stumpf - Ohio Execution - 4/16/20
    Romell Broom - Ohio Execution - 6/17/20
    Douglas Lamont Coley - Ohio Execution - 8/12/20
    Stanley L. Fitzpatrick - Ohio Execution - 10/14/20
    David Allen Sneed - Ohio Execution - 12/9/20
    James Derrick O'Neal - Ohio Execution - 2/18/21
    Elwood Hubert Jones - Ohio Execution - 4/21/21
    Archie J. Dixon - Ohio Execution - 6/23/21
    Timothy J. Hoffner - Ohio Execution - 8/11/21
    James P. Frazier - Ohio Execution - 10/20/21
    Lawrence Alfred Landrum - Ohio Execution - 12/9/21
    Stanley Theodore Adams - Ohio Execution - 2/16/22
    John E. Drummond, Jr. - Ohio Execution - 4/21/22
    Percy Hutton - Ohio Execution - 6/22/22
    Cedric Carter - Ohio Execution - 8/24/22
    Antonio Sanchez Franklin - Ohio Execution - 1/12/23
    Charles Lorraine - Ohio Execution - 3/15/23
    Gerald Robert Hand - Ohio Execution - 6/17/23
    Michael D. Webb - Ohio Execution - 7/19/23
    Jerome Henderson - Ohio Execution - 9/14/23
    Keith LaMar - Ohio Execution - 11/16/23

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