Two suspects in a 2013 double murder on Albany’s Southside were in court Wednesday.
Desmond Warren and Harrell Lorenzo Hicks are on trial for the shooting death of William Davis and Desmond Williams.
Pathologists and witnesses to the incident testified during the trial in Dougherty Superior Court on Wednesday.
Prosecutors said Davis and Williams died in a drive by shooting on Willard Avenue in March of 2013, where more than 50 shots were fired at the two men from a passing car.
Prosecutors also said the murder could be gang related.
Jawaski Kennedy stood trial in October 2016 for his role in the shootings.
The other suspects in this case have not gone on trial because of scheduling conflicts.
The trial is expected to continue into next week.
If convicted, Hicks faces a number of charges, including felony murder.
If convicted, Hicks and Warren could face life in prison.
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