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A north Texas auto mechanic convicted in the 1987 slayings of a man and his infant son.

Bigby's lawyers didn't dispute his actions but noted he'd been treated three times for mental disorders before the killings.

They argued he shouldn't be executed because his paranoid schizophrenia and frustrations about a workers' compensation claim led to the slayings.

Sentenced to death following his conviction in a 2002 double homicide committed during the armed robbery of a sandwich shop from which he had been fired.

His appellate attorneys argued that the Dallas County judge who presided over Edwards' trial gave improper instructions during jury selection, violating his right to an impartial panel.