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Appellant Jason Bryant was convicted by jury of the malice murder of his wife, Angelina Bryant, the aggravated assault of Trina Nwoke, and making a terroristic threat. He appealed, challenging the sufficiency of the evidence as to the offense of making a terroristic threat and contending that he received ineffective assistance of counsel. After review of the trial court record, the Georgia Supreme Court found the evidence was insufficient to support the terroristic threat charge, and reversed as to that count. The Court affirmed the remaining convictions.