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He requested the death penalty following his conviction, but his appellate attorneys continued to ask that his sentence be commuted to life in prison due to previously undetected brain damage.
He has steadfastly claimed that others framed him in the 2002 killing of a corrections officer who was stabbed to death at a prison near Corpus Christi.
An execution date in August 2016 was stayed by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
The October 2017 date was set after the appeals panel ruled that DNA testing would not have changed the outcome of his trial.
On appeal, Gonzales' court-appointed attorneys said his trial attorneys were ineffective because they failed to present evidence that he suffered from Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. 10, 2016, was withdrawn and replaced with a date of Nov. Fuller, from Lovelady, Texas, pleaded guilty to killing a couple who lived near him.
At the time of the 2003 slayings, Fuller was awaiting trial on charges of making a terroristic threat against them.
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They argued he shouldn't be executed because his paranoid schizophrenia and frustrations about a workers' compensation claim led to the slayings.
Sentenced to death for the 2004 robbery and slaying of a Fort Worth man in his home. Evidenced showed that the victim, a retired Bell Helicopter worker, kept cash in containers scattered around his home.
Carter's fall partner, Leketha Allen, was also convicted of the murder. A May 16, 2017, execution date was stayed by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, based on allegations that the prosecution used false testimony at trial.
Links One of four people convicted in the 2003 fatal mugging of a man. Swearingen sought testing on the victim's sexual assault collection kit; hairs recovered from her body, the gloves used to move her body and a hairbrush found on the ground near her body, among other evidence Swearingen's appellate attorneys believe contain biological evidence that has not been tested.
Prosecutors presented evidence that the victim was lured to a San Antonio lovers' lane by Castillo's girlfriend. The Mexican national was convicted of murdering his cousin, a teenage girl from the border town of Mc Allen.
His attorneys also contend that execution two-and-half decades after his conviction would constitute cruel and unusual punishment.