Chatman v. WalkerAnnotate this Case
In 2005, a jury convicted Gregory Walker of malice murder and related crimes, and the jury recommended the death sentence. The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously affirmed Walker’s convictions and sentences. In September 2008, Walker filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus. In August 2014, following two hearings, the habeas court granted Walker’s petition in part and denied it in part, letting his convictions stand but vacating his death sentence. The Warden appealed. But finding no reversible error in the habeas court's judgment, the Supreme Court affirmed.