Court: Missouri May Keep Execution Drug Provider SecretThe supplier insisted in court filings since the Sept. 2 ruling that it no longer would provide pentobarbital to Missouri or any other state if its anonymity vanishes.
Appeals Court Considers Missouri's Lethal Injection ProtocolAn attorney representing four state residents argued before a panel that a judge incorrectly dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state's procedures for obtaining the drugs it uses to perform executions.
Missouri Executions Expected to SlowA pace that is expected to slow significantly with death sentences on the decline and many of the 28 remaining death row inmates still filing appeals.
Missouri Judge Drops Lawsuit Over Lethal Injection PolicyA lawsuit against Missouri over lethal injection policies for executions has been dismissed.
Lawsuit Filed Against Missouri for Lethal Injection ProtocolA group of Missouri taxpayers and former lawmakers has sued the state Department of Corrections over lethal injection policies used for executions.
Mo. Catholic Leaders Send Letter About ExecutionsAs of today, there have been 15 executions in Missouri since November of 2013.
Missouri, Texas Plan Executions WednesdayTwo of the nation's most active death penalty states are planning executions on Wednesday, as attorneys for the inmates continue efforts to save them.
Attorneys: Race Played Role in Death Row CaseAttorneys for Missouri death row inmate Earl Ringo Jr. are asking Gov. Jay Nixon to halt the execution scheduled for next week over concerns that race was a factor in Ringo's conviction and death sentence.
Report: Missouri Used Midazolam in ExecutionsAs Missouri prepares for another execution next week, a new report suggests that the Department of Corrections quietly and repeatedly used a drug that has raised concerns in botched executions in other states.
Federal Judge Grants Stay in Missouri ExecutionA federal judge has granted a stay of execution for John Middleton, hours before he is scheduled to be put to death in Missouri.
Missouri Sets August Execution for WorthingtonMichael Shane Worthington was sentenced to death for the September 1995 slaying of 24-year-old college student Melinda Griffin at her Lake St. Louis condominium.
1st US Executions Since Botched Lethal Injection Georgia and Missouri have carried out the nation's first executions since a botched lethal injection in Oklahoma in April revived concerns about capital punishment.

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