Georgia Death Row's Troy Davis Evidentiary Hearing Concludes - What Next?

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Troy Davis may well be an innocent man setting on Georgia's Death Row, and things came closer to Davis proving his innocence as U.S. District Court Judge William T. Moore heard two days of evidence this week.

Judge Moore did so because the United States Supreme Court mandated that the district judge had to hold an evidentiary hearing. That's not something that happens every day

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