Tag: james dailey

U.S. bishops join Florida bishops in offering amicus brief to U.S. court

ORLANDO | Although James Dailey has spent 32 years on Florida’s death row, his case has recently garnered national attention. Dailey was convicted in the 1985 murder of Shelly Boggio, a 14-year-old from Kenneth City in Pinellas County. Although another man, who is serving a life sentence in the murder of the same victim, has… Read more »

Public support of clemency hearing urged

ORLANDO | Although he has spent 32 years on Florida’s death row, James Dailey’s case has gotten much press across the nation. What hasn’t changed is James Dailey’s conviction that his death by lethal injection would be the murder of an innocent man. And recent information — including a signed confession by another man —… Read more »

Religious groups ask governor to grant clemency hearing

James Dailey’s temporary stay of execution expires Dec. 30 ORLANDO  |  Opponents of the death penalty cheered when the U.S. District Court for the Middle District granted a stay of execution for Florida death row inmate James Dailey. But that 90-day stay — granted Oct. 23 — was temporary, and ends Dec. 30. Now organizations,… Read more »