Judge rejects Troy Davis’ innocence claim Columbus police: $200K+ funneled through Parks & Rec officials’ account Vogtle’s price-inflation provision criticized Lawsuit alleges racial profiling by Cobb police City workers racking up unpaid parking tickets Justice Department OKs Georgia voter verification system ATL tries to fix code enforcement office hit by audit
Judge must decide whether Troy Davis proved innocence in cop killing 30 deputies face discipline in Clayton jail mishap State Ethics Commission investigating Forsyth County candidate
Fired Savannah State football coach alleges discrimination Georgia Chamber closes gubernatorial forum to media Shh! Georgia’s sex offender law changed last week Ex-DeKalb superintendent claims innocence DeKalb school board: ‘This is not normal business’ UGA moves to fire tenured lit professor Feds charge ex-Athens principal with embezzlement
Aug. 20, 2009 — Death row inmate Troy Davis won a new hearing this week in the 1989 murder of Savannah police officer Mark MacPhail. But the case will focus as much, if not moreso, on whether he could have proved his innocence earlier. Davis’s lawyers have pulled together affidavits from witnesses claiming they lied on the stand or that another man is the real killer. Critics say the affidavits are not persuasive. Here’s your chance to read and decide for yourself.