Outcomes of Death Warrants in 2019
Executions and Stays 2019
Last Updated March 14, 2019
32 execution dates have been scheduled in 5 states for 2019.
To date, there have been 3 executions in 2 states.
3 executions have been stayed.
0 executions have been halted by commutation.
4 executions have been halted by reprieve.
1 execution was rendered moot when the prisoner died on death row.
6 executions have been rescheduled.
1 execution date has been removed.
14 death warrants are pending.*
|Date of Scheduled Execution||State||Prisoner||Outcome|
|9||OH||Elwood Hubert Jones||Rescheduled for April 21, 2021 by Gov. John Kasich on September 1, 2017.^|
|15||TX||Blaine Milam||Stay granted by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on January 14, 2019 to permit litigation of successive state post-conviction petition raising new evidence claims, "[b]ecause of recent changes in the science pertaining to bite mark comparisons and recent changes in the law pertaining to the issue of intellectual disability."|
|JANUARY 2019||3 executions scheduled in 2 states||1 execution; 1 execution stayed; 1 execution rescheduled.|
|7||AL||Domineque Hakim Marcelle Ray||Executed after U.S. Supreme Court voted 5-4 on February 7, 2019 to vacate a stay granted the day before by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. The 11th Circuit had stayed Ray's execution to resolve his claim that Alabama violated his right to religious freedom by denying him access to an imam during his execution in circumstances in which it would have provided a Christian prisoner access to a chaplain's religious service.|
|13||OH||James G. Hanna||Rescheduled for December 19, 2019 by Gov. John Kasich on September 1, 2017.^|
|13||OH||Warren K. Henness||Reprieve granted on January 25, 2019 by Gov. Mike DeWine, and execution rescheduled for September 12, 2019.|
|28||TX||Billie Wayne Coble||Executed.|
|FEBRUARY 2019||4 executions scheduled in 3 states||2 executions; 1 execution rescheduled; 1 execution halted by reprieve.|
|8||PA||Timothy M. Jacoby||Legally premature death warrant. Stay granted by the York County Court of Common Pleas on February 8, 2019 to permit Jacoby to pursue state post-conviction appeals that are available to all Pennsylvania prisoners as a matter of right.|
|20||OH||Archie J. Dixon||Rescheduled for June 23, 2021 by Gov. John Kasich on September 1, 2017.^|
|MARCH 2019||3 executions scheduled in 3 states||1 execution stayed; 1 execution rescheduled; 1 warrant pending|
|11||TX||Mark Allen Robertson||Pending|
|17||OH||Jeffrey A. Wogenstahl||Stay granted by the Ohio Supreme Court on October 24, 2018 pending "exhaustion of all state post-conviction proceedings, including any appeals."|
|24||TX||John William King||Pending|
|APRIL 2019||4 executions scheduled in 2 states||1 execution stayed; 3 warrants pending|
|16||TN||Donnie Edward Johnson||Pending|
|29||OH||Timothy J. Hofner||Rescheduled for August 11, 2021 by Gov. John Kasich on September 1, 2017.^|
|29||OH||Cleveland Jackson||Reprieve granted by Gov. Mike DeWine on March 7, 2019 and execution rescheduled for November 13, 2019.+|
|MAY 2019||3 executions scheduled in 2 states||1 execution rescheduled; 1 execution halted by reprieve; 1 warrant pending|
|5||OH||Alva Campbell||Died on March 3, 2018|
|JUNE 2019||1 execution scheduled in 1 state||1 execution rendered moot when the prisoner died on death row|
|10||OH||Kareen M. Jackson||Reprieve granted by Gov. Mike DeWine on March 7, 2019 and execution rescheduled for January 16, 2020.+|
|JULY 2019||1 execution scheduled in 1 state||1 execution halted by reprieve|
|14||OH||Gregory Lott||Reprieve granted by Gov. Mike DeWine on March 7, 2019 and execution rescheduled for November 13, 2019.+|
|15||TN||Stephen Michael West||Pending|
|AUGUST 2019||3 executions scheduled in 3 states||1 execution rescheduled; 2 warrants pending|
|4||TX||Billy Jack Crutsinger||Pending|
|12||OH||Warren Keith Henness||Pending*|
|18||OH||Douglas Coley||Rescheduled for August 12, 2020 by Gov. John Kasich on September 1, 2017.^|
|SEPTEMBER 2019||3 executions scheduled in 2 state||1 execution rescheduled; 2 warrants pending*|
|10||TN||Charles Walton Wright||Pending|
|17||OH||James Frazier||Rescheduled for October 20, 2021 by Gov. John Kasich on September 1, 2017.^|
|23||OH||Jason Dean||Date removed.|
|OCTOBER 2019||4 executions scheduled in 2 states||1 execution date removed; 1 execution rescheduled; 2 warrants pending*|
|NOVEMBER 2019||1 execution scheduled in 1 state||1 warrant pending*|
|5||TN||Lee Hall, Jr.||Pending|
|DECEMBER 2018||2 executions scheduled in 2 states||2 executions pending*|
* On February 19, 2019, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine stated that the state would not carry out any executions until it devised a new execution protocol that was approved by the courts. However, he did not formally halt the executions scheduled in the state.
^ On September 1, 2017, Ohio Governor John Kasich issued a statement and an updated execution schedule, which changed the execution dates for 19 of 26 condemned prisoners who had scheduled dates between September 2017 and September 2020. The execution schedule for these 26 prisoners now extends through April 2022.
+ One of three reprieves Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued on March 7, 2019 as a result of the absence of an acceptable lethal-injection protocol.
"Volunteer" refers to prisoners who have voluntarily waived their normal appeals (not necessarily that they have volunteered for execution).
Return to Executions. See also Stays of Execution for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019. To compare the number of executions carried out with the number of executions actually scheduled, see Outcomes of Death Warrants in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.