Julius Jones is on Death Row in Oklahoma, but he may be innocent.
Governments make mistakes; juries get it wrong sometimes. In fact, since the death penalty was reinstated by the Supreme Court in 1976, 12% of those on Death Row have been fully exonerated.
If the death penalty is imposed, it should be done so only in the gravest of circumstances, and even then, when there is absolutely no question about the defendant’s guilt. The facts of the Julius Jones case leave open the possibility of his being innocent of the murder for which he has been convicted.
Use the form below to contact Governor Stitt and ask for clemency for Julius Jones’ death sentence.