Wednesday, May 26, 2004

Phillip Stroud

The Indiana Supreme Court has set aside the death sentence of Phillips Stroud and sent his case back to the Superior Court for a new penalty phase and sentencing. Apparently, the court found that the jury received contradictory instructions on its role in the sentencing process which violated Stroud's constitutional rights.

Court sets aside Phillip Stroud death penalty

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

when a man brutally murders three innocent men,their only fault is that they woke up and went to work, he deserves the same fate...

Tia wefree said...

have you ever thought that he didn't do it....and Phillip has a family too so stop talking about things you don't know...