Charlotte Family Seeks Justice for Murdered Disability Advocate Mary Collins

Charlotte, North Carolina – A tragic event unfolded four years ago in Charlotte, leaving a family devastated and a community in shock. Mary Collins, a 20-year-old with a disability, went missing, sparking a frantic search by her loved ones. When she failed to return home and her phone was turned off, it became evident that … Read more

Intellectual Disability Leads to Life Sentence for Convicted East Texas Killer

MABANK, Texas — A significant decision was reached this week by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals regarding a man convicted of a heinous crime. Randall Mays, from Eustace, was initially sentenced to death in May 2008 for the murder of two Henderson County deputies and the injury of another. However, in a recent ruling, … Read more

Georgia Man Faces Execution Despite Intellectual Disability and Remorse

Atlanta, Georgia – Lawyers for Willie James Pye, who is facing execution for the killing of his ex-girlfriend three decades ago, are seeking clemency for him based on claims of intellectual disability and remorse. Pye, now 59, is scheduled to be executed using pentobarbital on Wednesday, marking Georgia’s first execution in over four years. The … Read more