You won't often see someone 16 years old or under facing a Georgia Superior Court judge on a felony charge, but it does happen. Certain offenses known to law enforcement as “the seven deadlies” will put a juvenile in an adult court facing the same prison time an adult would get.
That’s the scenario Daryll Williams now faces. Only 14 when he allegedly robbed two people and pointed a shotgun at another man, he was indicted June 1 on charges of armed robbery and hijacking a motor vehicle.
If convicted of armed robbery, state law requires that Williams be incarcerated for at least 10 years
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