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How can the public learn about death row inmates?

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Basic information on death row inmates is available to the public through the Death Penalty Information Center website as well as some state governments’ websites. DPIC.org provides case synopses for federal death row inmates.

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Individual states provide the public with basic information on death row inmates. Some states provide more information than other states. For example, the Arizona Department of Correction's website lists the inmate’s name, prison photo, date of birth, ethnicity, and crime and sentencing information, whereas California offers a PDF document with the inmate’s name, ethnicity, pertinent dates and trial county. Wikipedia provides an entry for a list of death row inmates for federal, military and states, which includes in-depth information for some inmates.

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