Stephen Anthony Mobley

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Stephen Anthony Mobley was born on 13 July, 1965. Discover Stephen Anthony Mobley’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?

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Age40 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born13 July 1965
Birthday13 July
Date of deathMarch 1, 2005,
Died PlaceJackson, Georgia, United States

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Timeline of Stephen Anthony Mobley


On February 25, 2005, the State Board of Pardons and Paroles denied a clemency appeal supported by the family of John Collins. Pointing out that the sentencing option of Life imprisonment without parole was not available in 1994, the board was asked to commute Mobley’s death sentence. This was supported by affidavits from six of the remaining ten trial jurors who said they would have voted for life in prison without parole if it had been an option. Mobley’s attorneys for this clemency hearing included former state Attorney General Mike Bowers, who had argued to uphold the death sentence in prior appeals.

Mobley was executed by lethal injection at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification State Prison on March 1, 2005. Mobley’s execution was delayed by legal appeals right up to the last moment. Minutes before the scheduled 7:00pm execution time, the Supreme Court issued a temporary stay to review these final appeals. At 7:25pm, after the high court had denied the appeals, Mobley was prepared by prison officials by strapping him to a gurney and affixing a needle that would deliver the mixture of drugs designed to stop his heart. at 7:50pm, he made a short statement: “I would be remiss not to acknowledge and make amends to my family and friends. There are those who say I’m a bigger man than I used to be; I appreciate that. The opportunity I’ve been given I want to atone for what I’ve committed.” The lethal injection quickly followed. Mobley’s eyes blinked rapidly, then slowed. At 7:56 p.m., they fluttered once, and remained closed. Two physicians pronounced the 39-year-old dead shortly afterwards.


On February 16, 1994, Mobley was found guilty of malice murder, felony murder based on five separate underlying felonies, and guilty of those five underlying felonies (armed robbery, three counts of aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm in the commission of a crime.) Mobley, who was 25 years old when he committed the crimes, was sentenced to death after one day of deliberation on February 21, 1994.


On February 17, 1991, North Georgia College student John C. Collins was working as the night manager of the Domino’s pizza delivery store near Gainesville, Georgia. Mobley robbed the store shortly after midnight and shot Collins in the back of the head.

On March 13, 1991, Mobley was interviewed by investigators from the Hall County Sheriff’s Department and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Mobley made a voluntary oral confession to Collins’s murder and dictated a written confession. He made further statements on March 14 and 15, including the statement: “The guy I was robbing turned around and looked at me. I said ‘don’t look at me, face the wall.’ I pointed the gun up in his direction and turned my head away and fired.”


Stephen Anthony Mobley (July 13, 1965 – March 1, 2005) was a convicted murderer executed by the State of Georgia for the 1991 killing of John C. Collins, a 25-year-old college student working nights as a Domino’s pizza store manager. On appeal, Mobley’s attorneys advanced a novel argument that Mobley was genetically predisposed to seeking violent solutions to conflict. The case was described by Nature Reviews Neuroscience as “perhaps the most widely cited case in which defence lawyers used genetic factors in the defence of their client”.