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    Death row, also known as condemned row, is a place in a prison that houses inmates awaiting execution after being convicted of a capital crime and sentenced to death.

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  2. Apr 01, 2022 · Death Row Around 2, 500 prisoners currently face execution in the United States. The national death-row population has declined for 20 consecutive years, as sentence reversals, executions, and deaths by other causes are outpacing new death sentences. DPIC Page: Conditions on Death Row

  3. Death Row Information. Inmates on Death Row. Gender and Racial Statistics. Executed Inmates. Scheduled Executions. Executions by Year. Women on Death Row. Inmates No Longer on Death Row. Citizenship Information.

  4. As of April 1, 2022, there were 2,414 death row inmates in the United States. [1] The number of death row inmates changes frequently with new convictions, appellate decisions overturning conviction or sentence alone, commutations, or deaths (through execution or otherwise). [2]

  5. 56.1% of the death-row population is White, 41.4% is Black, 1.6% is Asian/Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, and .8% is American Indian/Alaska Native. BJS records Hispanic/Latino origin as ethnicity, not race, however, and many Latinx prisoners (who comprise 15.1% of death row) are listed by BJS as White.

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