The ultimate punishment under Ohio law would be reserved for the “worst of the worst,” and mentally ill people could not be executed if recommendations from a state task force become law.
OTSE Press Release – Ohioans To Stop Executions Applauds Death Penalty Task Force, Launches Searchable Database of Recommendations
PRESS RELEASE Ohioans to Stop Executions Contact: Abraham J. Bonowitz firstname.lastname@example.org 800-973-6548 Cell/text: 561-371-5204 April 10, 2014 Ohioans To Stop Executions Applauds Death Penalty Task Force, Launches Searchable Database […]
Ohio should restrict the use of capital punishment charges and create a state panel to approve them, according to two of the 56 recommendations in the final report by a committee that spent more than two years studying changes to the law.
A report by an anti-death penalty group criticizes the selectiveness of Ohio’s capital punishment law, saying death sentences owe as much to an individual prosecutor’s philosophy as the nature of the crime.
On the heels of the Annual Capital Crimes Report from the Office of the Attorney General, Ohioans to Stop Executions (OTSE) today released the “The Death Lottery:” How Race and Geography Determine Who Goes to Ohio’s Death Row. The new OTSE report adds context to the cut and dry information offered by the legislatively-mandated report […]
The Ohio Supreme Court Task Force to Review the Administration of the Death Penalty is about to wrap up its work after 2.5 years of contentious debate and deliberation…
The Dayton Daily News recently estimated that Ohio spends $16 million per year on the death penalty. OTSE questions, “What could our state do with an extra $16 million?” Help us spread the word that Ohio is wasting money on a broken system with our new fact sheet. Tell your friends and family that the […]
A case involving a black man convicted by an all-white jury in Louisiana decades ago may be reopened.