Death Row inmate Donald "Duke" Palmer, convicted of two Belmont County murders in 1989, went before the Ohio Parole Board Thursday morning.
Palmer is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection September 20.
His clemency hearing took about an hour, and included arguments from the prosecution but not the defense.
According to the Associated Press, Palmer told his attorneys not to argue for clemency and not to comment on why he wasn't fighting for his life.
The parole board is expected to release its recommendation next Friday.
Gov. John Kasich will make the final decision as to whether Palmer lives or dies, and he can make that decision any time up until the scheduled execution.
Palmer and a co-defendant, Edward Hill, murdered Steven Vargo and Charles Sponhaltz on Deep Run Road. Click here for more information on road rage.
Hill is serving life in prison.