Ronald Phillips Ohio's Lethal Injection Protocol Ruled Unconstitutional By Associated Press • Jan 26, 2017 ohsd.uscourts.gov A federal magistrate has declared Ohio's new lethal injection protocal unconstitutional and has delayed three upcoming executions. State Obtains Supply Of Lethal Injection Drugs By Associated Press • Jan 10, 2017 Records show Ohio has obtained repeat supplies of the lethal drugs it plans to use on a condemned child killer next month. Kasich Rejects Clemency For Phillips, Tibbetts By Associated Press • Dec 22, 2016 State of Ohio Ohio Governor John Kasich has rejected clemency for the first death row inmate scheduled for execution next year under a new lethal injection process. Judge Stays Execution Of Ronald Phillips, Two Others By Associated Press • Dec 20, 2016 State of Ohio A federal judge has issued a stay in the January execution of an Ohio death row inmate and two others scheduled to die in 2017. Parole Board Denies Phillips' Request For Clemency By Associated Press • Dec 10, 2016 State of Ohio The Ohio Parole Board has rejected clemency for the first death row inmate scheduled for execution next year under a new lethal injection process. Phillips’ Clemency And Execution Future By Ohio Public Radio • Dec 2, 2016 Karen Kasler The first man scheduled to be put to death in Ohio since a problematic execution almost three years ago is asking for life without parole. Pew Survey Shows Lowest Public Support For Death Penalty In Four Decades By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Oct 11, 2016 The state has scheduled a December 1 clemency hearing for the first inmate scheduled for execution next year with a new lethal injection cocktail. State To Resume Executions With New Lethal Injection Cocktail By Associated Press & Ohio Public Radio • Oct 4, 2016 The Ohio Attorney General's office says the state plans to carry out at least three executions next year with a new three-drug lethal injection combination. ODRC Dropping Two-Drug Lethal Injection Cocktail By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jan 9, 2015 wcpo.com The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections says it's dropping the two-drug lethal injection cocktail used to execute an inmate last year during which he repeatedly gasped and snorted. Condemned Killer Again Cites Organ Donation In Request For Stay Of Execution By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 30, 2014 telegraph.co.uk A death row inmate seeking to donate a kidney to his mother before his execution is requesting another reprieve. Judge Orders Delay Of Two Lethal Injections By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio & Associated Press • May 29, 2014 A federal judge has ordered a temporary halt to capital punishment in Ohio, meaning a delay in the next two scheduled executions. Governor Stays Execution To Study Organ Donation Request By Alison Holm • Nov 13, 2013 State of Ohio Governor John Kasich has issued a temporary stay of execution for a convicted killer scheduled to die tomorrow, in order to study his request to donate organs to his ailing mother and sister. Rulings Clear Way For State To Execute Ronald Phillips By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Nov 8, 2013 Two decisions announced on Thursday mean that next week, Ohio will once again become the first state to use an untested execution method. Death Row Inmate Challenging Use Of New Lethal Injection Drugs By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio & Associated Press • Oct 29, 2013 A death row inmate is asking a federal judge to delay his upcoming execution while he fights the state's newly announced lethal injection process. Parole Board Rejects Clemency For Phillips By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Oct 25, 2013 The Ohio Parole Board has recommended against clemency for a death row inmate facing execution on November 14th.