A Chatham County judge signed a death warrant Tuesday for Troy Anthony Davis. Convicted of killing a Savannah police officer in 1989, this is Davis' fourth death warrant. But he's avoided execution because of questions about his guilt. Experts say, the case highlights problems in the judicial system.
Death penalty experts say, last week's videotaped execution of a condemned Georgia inmate could lead to a flurry of new legals moves seeking more public access to secretive death chambers. Thursday's lethal injection of Andrew Grant DeYoung for the 1993 murders of his parents and sister is believed to be the first videtaped execution in this country since 1992.