Save Brandon Lacy
Brandon Lacy is on death row in Arkansas. We are trying to find anyone willing to help us save his life and bring him home. So far we have not found anyone willing to help. Brandon did not get a fair trial. And he was drunk during his confession. There are lots of issues in his case. Please don’t believe everything you read online. Those are not the facts all the time. Remember they are trying to sell the story. Help us save Brandon!.
Death Penalty in Arkansas
Since 1820, a total of 505 individuals have been executed. According to the Arkansas Department of Correction, as of March 13, 2018, a total of 29 men were under a sentence of death in the state.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge says inmates seeking to block executions have a high burden to meet.
Recent Legislative Activity
Important pieces of death penalty legislation that have recently passed or are currently being considered. (DPIC welcomes additions and suggestions.)
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The USA is keeping company with notorious human rights abusers.
The vast majority of countries in Western Europe, North America and South America — more than 117 nations worldwide — have abandoned capital punishment in law or in practice. The United States remains in the same company as Iraq, Iran and China as one of the major advocates and users of capital punishment.
CR12-142 Brandon Eugene Lacy v. State of Arkansas, from Benton Circuit Jan 10, 2013
CR-15-171, State of Arkansas v. Brandon Lacy, from Benton County Circuit Court Jan 14, 2016
CR-17-404, Brandon Lacy v. State of Arkansas, from Benton County Circuit Court Apr 26, 2018
The Death Penalty Information Center now has two resources for state-by-state information:
|Our original state-by-state database covers essential statistics like execution numbers, death row population, and murder rates.|
|Our NEW state information pages cover more in-depth information and provide historical background on the death penalty in each state, including abolitionist states. Each state page also links to relevant websites, such as state legislatures, groups doing death penalty work, and Departments of Corrections.|