GA Supreme Court grants stay of execution

October 18, 2007

ATLANTA, Ga.---Death row inmate Jack Alderman will not be executed tomorrow. The Georgia Supreme Court granted him a stay of execution.

Alderman was set to die by lethal injection. The state court is waiting on the US Supreme Court, which is scheduled to decide the legality of that method of capital punishment in the next few months.


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