Grissom v. GeorgiaAnnotate this Case
A Fulton County grand jury returned an indictment against appellant Michael Grissom and four co-defendants on March 24, 2006, charging appellant with murder and related offenses relating to the death of Ron Strozier. The relevant events arose out of a feud between Grissom’s friend and co-defendant Markell Dorsey, and Dorsey’s associates, on the one side, and an individual known only as “D-Bone,” and D-Bone’s associates, on the other. Upon review of appellant's arguments on appeal, the Supreme Court affirmed the convictions, but vacated the sentences imposed with respect to convictions on two of the counts. The case was remanded for resentencing on those convictions.