Death Penalty SUPCO Upholds Death Sentence Of Columbus Woman's Killer By Associated Press • Aug 25, 2016 State of Ohio The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld the death sentences of a man convicted of killing his girlfriend's ex-husband and a man who killed a woman he lived with and her two children. Death Penalty Opponents Lobby Lawmakers For Change By Ohio Public Radio • Apr 12, 2016 Ohio doesn’t have an execution scheduled for nine months, and the state doesn’t have the lethat injection drugs necessary to carry it out. Lawmakers Considering Changing Death Penalty Method After News Of Execution Delays By Ohio Public Radio • Oct 26, 2015 The state has delayed execution dates for death row inmate because of a lack of lethal injection drugs. Death Penalty Opponents Walk To Protest Capital Punishment By Associated Press • Oct 5, 2015 Death penalty opponents plan to walk from the prison where Ohio inmates are executed to the Statehouse as part of a capital punishment protest. Ohio Supreme Court To Decide If Broom Will Get Second Death Sentence By Ohio Public Radio • Jun 9, 2015 WCBE Files The Ohio Supreme Court will decide if a convicted killer who has already been through one execution attempt should be sentenced to die again. Murder Victim’s Husband Says Witnessing Execution Of Her Killer Changed His Mind By Ohio Public Radio • May 27, 2015 wikipedia The survivor of a murder victim who witnessed the killer’s execution now says he has second thoughts about capital punishment. Bill Would Make Much Of Ohio’s Execution Process Secret By Ohio Public Radio • Nov 17, 2014 A new bill in the Ohio legislature would hide from the public information about pharmacists, doctors, drug companies and drug ingredients. AG Says He Doesn’t Expect Executions To Resume As Scheduled In February By Ohio Public Radio • Oct 1, 2014 State of Ohio After several years of multiple executions, one was carried out in Ohio this year. Judges Extends Temporary Halt To Ohio Executions By Associated Press • Aug 11, 2014 A federal judge has extended a months-long moratorium on executions in Ohio as debate over the state's new two-drug combination continues. Prosecutor's Office Asks Parole Board To Commute Death Sentence By Ohio Public Radio • Apr 24, 2014 Defense attorneys and prosecutors are asking the Ohio Parole Board to commute the death sentence of a Cleveland man convicted of a 1983 murder. Prosecutors Put Out Their Own Report On Death Penalty Changes By Mike Foley, Ohio Public Radio & Associated Press • Apr 23, 2014 Four prosecutors on a task force that reviewed the death penalty in Ohio have released a report objecting to some of the recommendations the task force put out two weeks ago. Report Criticizes Ohio Death Penalty Selectiveness By Associated Press • Apr 2, 2014 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. Bill Makes Repeat Violent Sexual Assaults Punishable by Death By Ohio Public Radio & Andy Chow • Aug 28, 2013 There’s a proposal that would allow the state to sentence rapists to death without a murder charge.