Court upholds Augusta murder conviction
An Augusta man convicted of murder in 2001 after two prior trials ended with hung juries was fairly tried and convicted at his third trial, the Georgia Supreme Court has determined.
In an opinion released Monday, the state’s highest court affirmed Michael Kidd’s conviction and sentence of life in prison plus five years for the Sept. 17, 1999, shooting death of 23-year-old Ronald Davenport.
Georgia NewsGet the latest Georgia news, sports, weather, entertainment, business & political news and more from Georgia Newsday.
Rate this article
|PHOTOS: Plastic Surgery Celebrity||Awkward family photos|
|UPDATED: Faces of Meth||PHOTOS: Celebrities all a-Twitter|
A deputy is out of jail after police say he drove drunk and crashed into a state trooper. Now an internal investigation is under way. Riverdale ... Full story
- lagos nigeria 23401 ( Nigerian Dating Scam ) 382
- Pastor Samuel Chapman jailed on child sex charges 79
- Asst. Principal’s Son Chandler Brookins Accused Of Rape In School Bathroom 70
- McDonald's Manager Tiffany Allen Accused Of Punching Customer 68
- Mother Of 5 Wazineh Suleiman Missing After Going To Rent Movie 31