Gregory and Travis McMichael and William Bryan

In 2021 Gregory and Travis McMichael and William Bryan were found guilty of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old black man, who was shot three times on Feb. 23, 2020 after white father and son - Gregory and Travis McMichael - chased him down while he was jogging through Satilla Shores, a neighborhood two miles from his home in Brunswick, Georgia. William 'Roddie' Bryan Jr. captured the killing on video. All three are serving life sentences in Georgia state prisons for the murder. Then in 2022 in federal court, a jury found the trio guilty of hate crimes and attempted kidnapping, concluding the men targeted Arbery because he was Black. The trial judge sentenced both McMichaels to life in prison for their hate crime convictions, plus additional time - 10 years for Travis McMichael and seven years for his father - for brandishing guns while committing violent crimes. Bryan received a lighter hate crime sentence of 35 years in prison, in part because he wasn't armed and preserved the cellphone video that became crucial evidence. All three also got 20 years in prison for attempted kidnapping, but the judge ordered that time to be concurrent with their hate crime sentences. Now all three are appealing their federal convictions.