Gabrielle focuses on death penalty and capital punishment coverage.
John Balentine’s death sentence was marred by racial bias. His own attorney called the proceedings a “justifiable lynching.”
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis isn’t a fan of unanimous juries and how much harder they make applying the death penalty.
After a parolee murdered three people in 2018, Alabama’s parole rate has dropped to just 10 percent. It’s causing overcrowding and violence.
Richard Glossip, 59, was sentenced to death in Oklahoma in 2004. Since then, he's eaten his last meal three times.
Clarence Dixon is the first Arizona death row inmate to be executed since Joseph Wood repeatedly gasped and took two hours to die in 2014.
Utah, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and South Carolina have all legalized executions by firing squad once again.
Some argue Richard Moore shouldn’t even be on death row. Now he could become South Carolina’s test case for an archaic form of execution.
“If defendant Lucio does not get a stay by a certain day, then I will do what I have to do and stop it,” Cameron County District Attorney Luis Saenz said Tuesday.
Many critics of a new bill claim it’s a direct retaliation to Julius Jones’ life being spared last November.
Oklahoma’s first execution since its death penalty moratorium was lifted went horribly wrong. Donald Grant is scared the same will happen to him.
Bigler Jobe Stouffer has spent 36 years on death row in Oklahoma and witnessed 133 executions. Now, it's his turn.