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Ricardo Strozier, the man who shot and killed local DJ Heath Jackson, has been linked to a March 2010 armed robbery, according to Troup County officials. Sheriff investigators said Tuesday that critical DNA evidence was recovered from the scene at
Attorneys mum on reasons for rescheduling email@example.com Another round of pre-trial hearings on multiple defense motions was to begin Monday in Columbus death-penalty murder case against Ricardo Strozier, the alleged burglar accused
Atlanta attorney and former Columbus resident Gary Parker, a longtime death penalty opponent, said Thursday morning he will do everything he can "to stop the state of Georgia from killing" Ricardo Strozier. Strozier faces the death penalty if
Defense still argues courtroom security's excessive, prejudicial firstname.lastname@example.org While in Georgias Eastman Youth Detention Center in 2008, Ricardo Strozier exposed himself to a corrections officer and punched another detainee so hard
Ricardo Strozier's attorneys resume arguing more than 100 motions email@example.com Another three-day round of pre-trial hearings on more than 100 defense motions begins Wednesday in Columbus' death-penalty murder case against Ricardo
The first attack on the capital murder case against Ricardo Strozier failed Wednesday when Judge Gil McBride denied a defense motion to quash Strozier's indictment in Columbus radio disc jockey Heath Jackson's 2010 homicide...Burton Baker and Melinda
Grand jury demographics deviated from census Judge Gil McBride will decide today whether the grand jury that indicted Ricardo Strozier in the 2010 homicide of Heath Jackson adequately represented Muscogee County's population demographics.
Ricardo Strozier faces 10 felony counts, including murder charges stemming from the 2010 fatal shooting of local DJ Heath Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org Much of Monday's Muscogee County Superior Court hearing to set rules for Ricardo Strozier'
The death penalty case against Ricardo Strozier casts him as a repeat burglar prowling Columbus in the days leading up to the fatal Sept. 7, 2010, shooting of radio disc jockey David Heath Jackson. Prosecutors allege Strozier broke into two other
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer A Columbus man facing the death penalty in the shooting of David Heath Jackson may go to trial late next year, District Attorney Julia Slater said today. Ricardo Jamal Strozier, 23, was in Muscogee Superior Court to face a