Amid an internal investigation into a failed execution attempt, the State of Alabama is attempting to set a new date for the execution of Alan Eugene Miller.
After a lengthy and time-crunched process attempting to execute Alan Eugene Miller, the State called off lethal injection because officials struggled to find a vein.
A federal judge has blocked the lethal injection execution of a convicted triple-murderer in Alabama after a long and tempestuous debate surrounding execution methods.
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) has said they will not be able to perform an execution by Nitrogen Hypoxia after suggesting they may have the capability in a Monday Court filing.
State officials said this week nitrogen hypoxia method for executions could be ready for the next execution, which is scheduled for Sept. 22.
The Alabama Supreme Court has scheduled the execution of a man convicted of killing three men in a workplace shooting rampage more than two decades ago.