The Death Penalty Information Center
The Innocence Project
The National Registry of Exonerations
The California Dept of Corrections & Rehabilitation
The website, published and maintained by California, provides information about each of the state’s penal institutions, including current census figures, changes in rules and regulations, and visitor scheduling. Its death row information includes the names, ages, ethnicity, and date of crime and sentencing of the condemned men and women.
Why Victims' Family Members Oppose the Death Penalty
Mothers In Charge, Inc. advocates for families affected by violence and provides counseling and grief support services when a loved one has been murdered.
Founded in 1974, Brady United Against Gun Violence works across Congress, courts, and communities, uniting gun owners and non-gun owners alike, to take action, not sides, and end America’s gun violence epidemic.
Murder Victims’ Families for Human Rights was launched on International Human Rights Day, 2004, by a group of victims’ family members who oppose the death penalty, united in the belief that capital punishment violates all legal and ethical human rights standards. Membership is open to all family members of victims of homicide, execution, extra-judicial assassination, and “disappearances,” who oppose the death penalty in all cases.