Prosecutors on Monday pushed back the date they want to execute Zane Floyd for killing four people inside a Las Vegas grocery store.
Nevada’s prison director testified Thursday that he would prefer to have up to four months to prepare for the execution of death row inmate Zane Floyd.
As prosecutors push to execute Zane Floyd, prison officials hope to keep secret their discussions about what drugs could be mixed in the lethal injection cocktail.
Nevada prison officials have yet to establish how they plan to kill condemned prisoner Zane Floyd.
The 25-year-old man charged with shooting two people on the Las Vegas Strip, killing one of them, made his first appearance in court on Wednesday.
Prosecutors deny they have a conflict of interest in their efforts to execute Zane Floyd for killing four people inside a Las Vegas grocery store.
A judge ordered Christopher McDonnell, 29, to be sent to a maximum-security psychiatric facility until doctors deem him fit to stand trial, records show.
Zane Floyd, now 45, received a death sentence for fatally shooting four people and gravely wounding another inside a Las Vegas supermarket in 1999.
Lawyers representing death row inmate Zane Floyd, who is facing imminent lethal injection, want the Clark County district attorney’s office removed from his case.
Prosecutors formally requested an execution warrant on Wednesday for Zane Floyd, who killed four people inside a Las Vegas Albertsons nearly 22 years ago.