Upcoming Executions

Last updated on February 3, 2016
(Dates are subject to change due to stays and appeals.)

 

Executions Scheduled for 2016


Month State Inmate
February    
11 FL Michael Ray Lambrix - STAYED
16 TX Gustavo Garcia
17 GA Travis Hitton
19 OH Raymond Tibbetts - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
March    
9 TX Coy Wesbrook
14 LA Daniel Blank - Stay Likely
15 PA Thomas Meadows REPRIEVE LIKELY#
16 VA Ricky Javon Gray
16 PA Jeffrey Martin REPRIEVE LIKELY#
17 FL Mark James Asay
18 PA Christopher Johnson REPRIEVE LIKELY#
22 TX Adam Ward
23 OH Alva Campbell - STAYED^
30 TX John Battaglia
April    
6 TX Pablo Vasquez
20 OH Gregory Lott - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
27 TX Robert Pruett
May    
11 MO Earl Forrest
18 OH Angelo Fears - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
June    
2 TX Charles Flores
21 TX Robert Roberson
22 OH Warren Henness - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
July    
14 TX Perry Williams
20 OH Cleveland R. Jackson - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
August    
15 OH William Montgomery - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
September    
21 OH Kareem Jackson - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
October    
19 OH Robert Van Hook - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
November    
16 OH Jeffery Wogenstahl - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^

Executions Scheduled for 2017


Month State Inmate
January    
12 OH James Hanna - REPRIEVE GRANTED^^
12 OH Ronald Phillips
February    
19 OH Raymond Tibbetts
March    
15 OH Gary Otte
22 OH Jeremiah Jackson
May    
10 OH Alva Campbell, Jr.
27 OH Donald Ketterer
June    
13 OH William Montgomery
July    
19 OH Mark Pickens
26 OH Robert Van Hook
September    
13 OH Jeffrey A. Wogenstahl
October    
18 OH Melvin Bonnell

Executions Scheduled for 2018


Month State Inmate
January    
3 OH John Stumpf
February    
13 OH Warren K. Henness
March    
14 OH Douglas Coley
May    
30 OH Stanley Fitzpatrick
June    
27 OH Angelo Fears
August    
1 OH David A. Sneed
September    
13 OH Cleveland R. Jackson
October    
10 OH James Derrick O'Neal

Executions Scheduled for 2019


Month State Inmate
January    
9 OH Elwood Hubert Jones
February    
13 OH James G. Hanna
March    
20 OH Archie J. Dixon
May    
29 OH Timothy J. Hoffner
June    
10 OH Kareem M. Jackson
August    
14 OH Gregory Lott

 


Stays of Execution 2016



Date of  Scheduled Execution  State  Inmate Reason for Stay
January      
21 OH Ronald Phillips All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
21 OH Jeffery Wogenstahl Stayed due to all 2015 Ohio executions being postponed until 2016 to allow the state more time to obtain new drugs. New Date Set
February      
11 FL Michael Ray Lambrix Stayed, by FL Supreme Ct.--no reason given, but the court is considering his petition raising the retroactivity of Hurst v. Florida (U.S. 2016).
19 OH Raymond Tibbetts All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
March      
23 OH Alva Campbell Stayed due to all 2015 Ohio executions being postponed until 2016 to allow the state more time to obtain new drugs. New Date Set
April      
20 OH Gregory Lott All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
May      
18 OH Angelo Fears All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
June      
22 OH Warren Henness All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
July      
20 OH Cleveland R. Jackson All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
August      
15 OH William Montgomery All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
September      
21 OH Kareem Jackson All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
October      
19 OH Robert Van Hook All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.
November      
16 OH Jeffery Wogenstahl All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.

Stays of Execution 2017



Date of  Scheduled Execution  State  Inmate Reason for Stay
January      
12 OH James Hanna All 2016 Ohio executions granted a reprieve because new execution drugs could not be obtained.

#On February 13, 2015, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf issued a memorandum announcing a moratorium on all executiions in the state. The memo stated that no executions will take place at least until he has "received and reviewed the forthcoming report of the Pennsylvania Task Force and Advisory Commission on Capital Punishment."  

^On January 30, 2015, the Ohio State Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections announced that it would postpone all of the six executions scheduled in 2015 to that point. All of these executions would be scheduled in 2016 to allow time for the state to obtain new drugs for lethal injections. The new drugs that Ohio announced it would be trying to obtain were sodium thiopental and pentobarbital.

^^ On October 19, 2015 the Ohio Department of Corrections issued a statement that Gov. Kasich granted reprieves postponing all executions that the state had scheduled in 2016. Ohio has been unable to obtain the execution drugs required to conduct executions under state law. All execution dates have been rescheduled by the state.

~ On October 8, the Arkansas Circuit Court granted a temporary restraining order staying all eight scheduled executions so that already pending judicial review of the state's execution procedures could take place. 

"Volunteer" refers to inmates who have voluntarily waived their normal appeals (not necessarily that they have volunteered for execution).

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