The attorney general's office has appealed to the nation's highest court to carry out the execution of a condemned killer from Dale County who's been on Alabama's death row for more than 20 years.
Sixty-one-year-old Phillip Hallford was sentenced to die for killing his teenage daughter's boyfriend in 1987.
He's scheduled to be executed March 19th but an appeals court ordered a stay because hall ford is challenging lethal injection and a hearing is set for March 31st.
Attorney General Troy King's office Monday asked U.S Supreme to lift the stay but the high court has not yet ruled on the request.
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