The state hasn't executed a death row inmate since 2009.
The Indiana Supreme Court will review an appeals court ruling which found that the state can't execute prisoners with a previously unused drug combination.
Indiana can’t use its preferred choice of lethal injection drug after the state Court of Appeals ruled it didn’t use the proper rulemaking procedure.
Lethal injection is the only execution method allowed by Indiana law.
Indiana had to find a new lethal injection drug to replace Pentathol which is in short supply.
A European manufacturer of lethal injection drugs refuses to sell to the U.S., so Indiana is sharing its supply with other states that are running out.