Execution

San Quentin Inmate Scheduled For Death Begins Appeal Process

A convicted murderer who is scheduled to be executed Wednesday began an appeal to a federal appeals court in San Francisco Sunday for a stay of his death penalty.

CBS San Francisco–09/26/2010

California Execution Drug In Short Supply

There could be yet another twist in this week’s scheduled execution of a convicted killer and rapist at San Quentin State Prison.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–09/26/2010

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Execution Stands: San Francisco Judge Refuses Request

A U.S. District Court Judge refused to block death row inmate Albert Greenwood Brown’s execution. The decision paves the way for California’s first execution in nearly five years.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–09/25/2010

San Quentin Inmate’s Lawyers Blame Politics For Execution Decision

Lawyers for death row inmate Albert Greenwood Brown point to election-year politics as the reason their client was suddenly scheduled for a lethal injection this week.

CBS San Francisco–09/25/2010

Judge Clears Way For California’s 1st Execution Since ’06

California can proceed with its first execution in more than four years, a federal judge ruled Friday.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–09/24/2010

Refurbished San Quentin Death Chamber Set For Execution

The state’s recently refurbished death chamber at San Quentin State Prison will be ready for a planned execution next week if a federal judge lifts the five-year moratorium on capital punishment in California, according to officials.

CBS San Francisco–09/21/2010

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