Judge Jeremy Fogel
A long-running challenge to California’s death penalty procedures that has resulted in executions being put on hold for five years has been assigned to a new federal judge in San Francisco.
A federal judge who halted California executions five years ago over concerns that the process amounted to cruel and unusual punishment toured the state’s new death chamber Tuesday to see what improvements have been made.
A federal judge has blocked what would have been California’s first execution, which was set for Thursday, after reassessing new injection protocols.
SAN JOSE (KCBS) _ The legal wrangling over the execution of convicted murderer and rapist Albert Greenwood Brown continues. He faces a 9 p.m. execution Thursday evening, the first since the death penalty was suspended […]
The new scheduled time for California’s first execution in nearly five years is just hours before the expiration date of one of the drugs used in the lethal injection process.
California can proceed with its first execution in more than four years, a federal judge ruled Friday.
A federal judge could clear the way for California to once again begin executing death row prisoners.