The State of Georgia executed death row inmate Ray Jefferson Cromartie late Wednesday night after the nation’s high court denied his 11th hour request for a stay in order to conduct forensic DNA testing he believed would exonerate him.
Nearly $4.3 million will help law enforcement officials and victim service providers in the state investigate and prosecute human traffickers and aid human trafficking survivors.
The man set to be executed in Georgia on Wednesday evening has once again filed an appeal with the nation's highest court in hopes of garnering a stay of execution to allow time for forensic DNA testing.
The Georgia Supreme court said last week that it will not consider the appeal filed by death row inmate Ray Cromartie's legal team, which cites additional evidence that could clear Cromartie the claim that he pulled the trigger in a 1994 armed robbery.
Active duty military, veterans and their families joined with federal government employees in a specialized civil rights training this week at Georgia's Fort Benning.
Revenues dipped in August, ticked up again in September, and were down again in October.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested a number of people in conjunction with a racketerring and drug sales incvestigation.
The task force will focus on bid-rigging conspiracies and related fraudulent schemes, which undermine competition in government procurement, grant and program funding.
According to the Georgia Department of Corrections, the Escapee/Release in Error offender Tony Maycon Munoz-Mendez has been captured in Ft. Thomas, Kentucky
The GBI says the 15-year employee stole more than $60,000 from the school system.