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Augusta cold case murder conviction affirmed on appeal



A man convicted in 2016 of murder in a cold case homicide was fairly tried and convicted, the Georgia Supreme Court has found.

In an opinion released Tuesday, Aug. 9, the state’s highest court affirmed Woodrow Carter’s murder conviction in the July 20, 2001, slaying of 30-year-old James Mills of...

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