TOKYO, March 29 Kyodo The Tokyo District Court has decided to allow prosecutors to question three death row inmates as witnesses in the trial of a former senior AUM Shinrikyo cult member, judicial sources said Friday.
What does DRI stand for?
DRI stands for Death Row Inmate
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- Danish Road Institute (Denmark)
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- Data Research Institute (Japan)
- Data Resources, Incorporated
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- Decoder Reliability Information
- Defense Reform Initiative
- Defense Research Institute (organization for defense, insurance, and corporate counsel; Chicago, IL)
- Delco Remy International, Inc. (automotive components manufacturer)
- Demand Reduction Initiative
- Demon Research Initiative (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
- Denver Research Institute
- Dépannage Rénovation Installation (French plumbing company)
- Département des Relations Industrielles (French: Department of Industrial Relations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
International advocacy groups say the system is cruel because death row inmates can wait for their executions for many years in solitary confinement and are only told of their impending death a few hours ahead of time.
Nine states executed death row inmates this year, down from 13 last year.
Attorneys for five death row inmates say they want the council responsible for signing off on the way executions are carried out to ask more questions before signing off on the process.
Tonight, House tilts at the ultimate windmill - trying to save the life of a Death Row inmate (played by LL Cool J) - with a minimum of preachiness, and that essentially consigned to a colleague's cheeky observation that the way to end the capital punishment debate is to ``kill more white people.
A death row inmate filed a [section] 1983 action alleging that his execution pursuant to a state's lethal injection protocol would violate his Eighth Amendment right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment and his First Amendment right to freedom of speech.
For the third straight year, the number of death row inmates declined, with 3,374 state and federal inmates held as of Dec.
Over two thirds of Illinois' (former) death row inmates were African American.