WTOC's Don Logana is in Atlanta covering the clemency hearing for Troy Davis on Monday.
He was convicted in 1991 of the fatal shooting of Savannah police officer Mark MacPhail in 1989.
If clemency is granted, Davis would spend the rest of his life in prison. If he is denied clemency, Davis would be executed by lethal injection on Wednesday night, unless Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal grants him a pardon.
See the latest from WTOC's special coverage on the capital murder case, including a poll, timeline interactive, an interview with Davis's sister Kimberly Davis, court documents, U.S. Supreme Court opinions on the case and more.
WTOC News Team