ATLANTA (WALB) - A Montezuma woman facing the death penalty for the murders of two family members is appealing her case to the Georgia Supreme Court.
54-year-old Lillian Walker says her constitutional right to a speedy trial has been violated.
She was arrested two years ago after investigators say she stabbed 85-year-old Lillian Graves and 65-year-old Agnes Stewart to death in their Ft. Valley home.
Prosecutors say robbery was the motive.
No word on when justices might rule or when Walker could go on trial.
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More than 100 people in Albany showed up to learn how they can get help for necessary home repairs.
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The Cook County Sheriff's Office is investigating after getting complaints about an internet-based message circulating on several social media.