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April 4, 2006

Bainbridge- A Bainbridge man accused of raping a 14 year old girl is finally out of appeals.

The Georgia Supreme Court recently affirmed the conviction of 41-year-old Norman Davis. Davis was found guilty of child molestation, aggravated child molestation and kidnapping in September of 1999 after kidnapping a 14 year old girl, taking her to a wooded area near the Florida line and raping her.

"It's certainly good for the victim in this case, I'm sure she very relieved to finally have it over with, put to rest. This case had seven lawyers three judges and two district attorney's hear it over the time period of six years," said Joseph Mulholland, District Attorney.

Davis was sentenced to a minimum of 50 years which he began serving in 1999.

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