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GA Supreme Court upholds murder convictions

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ATLANTA, GA (WALB) -

The Supreme Court of Georgia has upheld two south Georgia murder convictions and life sentences 

27-year old Amin Dennis was found guilty of killing 36-year old Harold Reese, Junior and 51-year old Jerry Lee Lawrence.

The bodies of the two men were found in August of 2009.

Two other defendants were also charged in the case. 26-year-old Corey Dennis and Jennifer McCleod.

The Court also upheld the murder conviction of Calvin Moore, convicted of murder in Tift County.

In 2006, a jury convicted Calvin Moore of strangling and beating to death 63-year-old Lucius Harris, Jr. June 10, 2004.

 

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