U.S. capital punishment - time elapsed between sentencing and execution 1990-2013

Average time between sentencing and execution for inmates on the death row in the U.S. from 1990 to 2013 (in months)

U.S. capital punishment - time elapsed between sentencing and execution 1990-2013 This graph shows the average time elapsed between sentencing and execution for inmates on the death row in the United States from 1990 up to December 31, 2013. In 1990, on average 95 months passed between sentencing and execution.
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Average time between sentencing and execution for inmates on the death row in the U.S. from 1990 to 2013 (in months)

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Mean number of months
'13186
'12190
'11198
'10178
'09169
'08139
'07153
'06145
'05147
'04132
'03131
'02127
'01142
'00137
'99143
'98130
'97133
'96125
'95134
'94122
'93113
'92114
'91116
'9095
Mean number of months
'13186
'12190
'11198
'10178
'09169
'08139
'07153
'06145
'05147
'04132
'03131
'02127
'01142
'00137
'99143
'98130
'97133
'96125
'95134
'94122
'93113
'92114
'91116
'9095
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This graph shows the average time elapsed between sentencing and execution for inmates on the death row in the United States from 1990 up to December 31, 2013. In 1990, on average 95 months passed between sentencing and execution.
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