Technically speaking, Colorado hasn't had a death row for several years — not since officials at the Colorado State Penitentiary stopped housing the prisoners awaiting execution all in one place and reassigned them to different tiers. The notion became even more elusive after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that juries, not judges, must decide whether a convicted murderer lives or dies, thereby invalidating the death sentences of three CSP residents that had been imposed by judicial tribunals, under a system Colorado... More >>>