1:18 a.m.: John Winfield's execution has reportedly been carried out. He was pronounced dead at 12:10 a.m. CST.
12:06 a.m.: Marcus Wellons was executed just moments ago after the Supreme Court rejected his last-minute appeal. According to the Associated Press, one drug was used in the execution.
Also, hours ago, a three-judge panel decided against overturning Missouri inmate John Winfield's stay of execution, exhausting his options. Winfield will be executed within the hour.
8:44 p.m.: The execution of Marcus Wellons has been delayed, albeit temporarily. Earlier this evening, the Georgia Supreme Court declined to stay his execution after Wellons challenged Georgia's lethal-injection secrecy law.
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Wellons "still has an appeal pending in the U.S. Supreme Court."
Georgia inmate Marcus Wellons is scheduled to be executed at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday. It will be the first execution since Oklahoma botched the execution of Clayton Lockett at the end of April. As Reuters noted, Wellons's execution will also be the first in Georgia since the state's high court upheld a new secrecy law that classifies the identity of the manufacturers who provide the state with its execution drugs.