montana death penalty

"If you're willing to take me back, I'm willing to come home.''
Two inmates are currently condemned to die in Montana.
CALGARY - A ruling by a Montana judge is a step closer on whether the state can take a shortcut in its attempt to get approval
CALGARY - A proposal to abolish Montana's death penalty has failed again, a blow for Canadian Ronald Smith, a convicted murderer
Montana's new Governor will decide whether to grant clemency to Canadian death-row inmate Ronald Smith. Since their convictions, both of Smith's co-defendants have either served their sentences or have been granted parole, leaving the inequity of the death sentence in the case looming large.
CALGARY - A Montana judge has scheduled a trial for next summer as the state attempts to bypass a requirement that it needs