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  1. Arizona has 112 people on death row. June 8, 2022: Arizona executed Frank Atwood at the state prison in Florence. He was 66 years old. This was the state's second execution since officials started carrying out the death penalty in May after a nearly eight-year hiatus. July 28, 2022: Alabama executed Joe Nathan James, Jr. He was 50 years old.

  2. Feb 18, 2021 · Since 1973, more than 8,700 people in the U.S. have been sent to death row. At least 182 weren’t guilty—their lives upended by a system that nearly killed them. Top row, left to right:...

  3. Apr 6, 2022 · As of April 6, 2022, there are 44 prisoners on federal death row in the US according to Death Penalty Information. This number includes two people whose death sentence reversals and resentencing are ongoing. Federal death sentences are handed down when a person has been convicted of a federal crime in a federal court.

  4. Oct 13, 2022 · Of more than 300 people living on Florida's death row, the state's third most populous county has contributed only eight — compared with more than eight times that number in Broward and more than twice that number in Miami-Dade. Here are the stories of the crimes that led to the sentencing of the inmates in Palm Beach County, with most of the ...

  5. Aug 16, 2020 · The last meals of US prisoners on death row 17 August 2020 To prompt a deeper understanding of the death-penalty system in the US, photographer Jackie Black recreated the last meals requested...

  6. Jan 24, 2023 · 1:26. Florida has used capital punishment for nearly 200 years. The first known execution in the state was that of Benjamin Donica, who was hanged for murder in 1827. Execution dates are set by ...

  7. Apr 27, 2020 · To get sentenced to death row in the United States, someone usually must commit some particularly disturbing crimes. But even among the almost 2,600 condemned inmates in this country on death row (as of July 2019), there is a subset of horrifying criminals who have gone way beyond what is considered typical criminal behavior.

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