|Attorney General Tom Horne|
While a jury's apparently having a tough time deciding whether Jodi Arias should be put to death for killing Travis Alexander, we'll point out that Arias would join just a few other women on death row, if that's where the jury decides to send her.
There are only three Arizona women in the custody of the Arizona Department of Corrections who have been sentenced to die, and the convictions of one of those women was just recently overturned by a federal appeals court.
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Image: Arizona Department of Corrections Debra Milke
Debra Milke, on Death Row since her 1990 conviction for conspiring to have her 4-year-old son killed in 1989, won't be released from prison anytime soon.
The federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Milke's conviction yesterday, raising the possibility that she could be set free in 30 days. But today, Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne announced he definitely will appeal the court's decision, which means Milke isn't going anywhere -- for now.More »
|Daniel Cook's dead.|
Appeals made by Cook's defense team were denied by a state board for the final time on August 3, and by the U.S. Supreme Court before his execution earlier this morning.
Cook was executed at 11:03 a.m today, after a lethal-injection process that began at 10:26 a.m.More »
|Arizona Department of Corrections|
|Daniel Wayne Cook is going to die someday. The state recommends August 8.|
|Is it taking too long for people to get to this room?|