DeVaughn v. GeorgiaAnnotate this Case
Appellant Jean DeVaughn was convicted of malice murder and other crimes in connection with the 2005 shooting death of William Clark. On appeal, he argued that the trial court erred in striking two black jurors for cause, allowing a key witness to testify on short notice, and admitting evidence
obtained in violation of his Miranda rights. Appellant also argues that the State failed to disclose an agreement with a witness. Finding no reversible error after review of the trial court record, the Supreme Court affirmed.