A novel approach to a standard tactic failed to win a new trial for aPowder Springs chiropractor convicted of killing his wife in the sensational”toolbox” murder case.

To show his trial lawyer had been ineffective, a claim normally requiringflyspecking the trial transcript, Jack Ray Wallace tracked his counsel’snighttime bar tabs incurred during the 1992 trial.

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