A new documentary, The Phantom, explores the case of Carlos DeLuna and bolsters the disturbingly convincing case that Texas executed the wrong man.
After passing the House, HB 1139, meant to reform how Texas decides whether a defendant is too intellectually disabled to execute, was significantly softened in Senate committee.
Texas’ highest criminal court turned Elsa Alcala into one of the state’s most prominent death penalty critics.
Texas Innocence Network founder David Dow’s first foray into fiction explores the trauma of a wrongful conviction.
Mark Gonzalez wants a jury to help him decide whether Nueces County should keep sending people to death row.
New revelations about the source of Texas’ execution drugs underscore the risks of capital punishment shrouded in secrecy.
Prosecutors have agreed to spare Bobby Moore’s life due to his intellectual disability. Texas’ highest criminal court and top legal official want to kill him anyway.
The clemency process is a black box — one where hearings are rarely held and decisions are never really explained, making it nearly impossible to prove bias.
Mark Gonzalez is listed as a gang member in police databases, has "not guilty" tattooed on his chest and is hoping to bring reform to Corpus Christi.
For the first time in nearly four decades, Harris County’s district attorney is a Democrat, and she has high aspirations.