So far, Texas courts have refused to hear new legal arguments that could support the Dallas man’s innocence.
Jedidiah Murphy is set to be executed on World Day Against the Death Penalty.
A murder and an execution date changed those on both sides of the bars.
Ralph Petty worked part-time for Midland county judges while simultaneously trying cases for district attorneys.
TDCJ will allocate $85 million to provide more air conditioning. In the meantime, people are sweltering in their beds.
Texas' deadly spring continues: Two Black men, Gary Green and Arthur Brown Jr. are set to be killed this week by the state.
There are laws and programs to help formerly-incarcerated Texans get employed, but finding a home can be far more challenging.
For women inside prison, the fight for survival is less physical than psychological.
Winner’s home confinement is part of the longest sentence ever for leaking material to the press—and her family is seeking clemency.
Texas lawmakers are confronted with a bleak picture of life inside Texas Department of Criminal Justice facilities every two years. Will they act this year?