Taylor v. Georgia

Appellant Davious Taylor appealed his convictions for murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime arising out of the 2009 shooting death of Onterio Perez Dorsey. On appeal, he challenged the sufficiency of the evidence presented against him at trial, and argued the trial court erred in admitting extrinsic act evidence under OCGA 24-4-404 (b). Finding no reversible error, the Georgia Supreme Court affirmed conviction. View "Taylor v. Georgia" on Justia Law