In the past year, three murderers sentenced by Dorchester County juries to die by lethal injection or electrocution have been granted reprieves – one commuted to life in prison and two others granted new sentencing hearings. Read the article at the Post and Courier.
NOTE: There is a poll associated with the above article. Unfortunately it includes only three answers and will not allow you to say that the appeals process is deeply flawed, has resulted in the execution of innocent people, and harms the families of both the victims and the accused.
Also please note that the execution of people with mental disabilities is unconstitutional; see Atkins v Virginia