So far, Texas courts have refused to hear new legal arguments that could support the Dallas man’s innocence.
A murder and an execution date changed those on both sides of the bars.
One of Texas’ most famous death row exonerees died before winning compensation under a law inspired by his own story.
Texas' deadly spring continues: Two Black men, Gary Green and Arthur Brown Jr. are set to be killed this week by the state.
After 45 years, Texas’ longest-serving death row inmate was resentenced last week due to a long history of severe mental illness. But state lawmakers this session again declined to ban the death penalty for people like him.
Using dubious evidence, Texas condemned Clinton Young to death almost 20 years ago. I traveled 3,000 miles to Texas to help him.
Death row exoneree Anthony Graves reflects a decade after his release.
The Movement to Free Rodney Reed Illustrates the Growing Unease Over Texas’ Use of the Death Penalty
Deafening calls to spare Rodney Reed’s life point to a larger distrust in Texas’ use of the death penalty and an erosion of confidence in the justice system that convicted him.
Texas Innocence Network founder David Dow’s first foray into fiction explores the trauma of a wrongful conviction.
Nearly a third of Texas prisoners in restrictive housing have been there for six years or longer, according to a new national survey.