If you don’t know who that is, in 1992 he had his wife killed (shotgun blast to the face) in front of their two sons (ages 4 and 6).
From true crime shows, I learned that he was a nasty piece of work - a former prosecutor turned criminal defense attorney who helped his clients hide illegal funds. His wife wanted a divorce, but she knew he’d try to fight it - so she started making copies of his records showing his illegal activities. When he found out, rather than let her get the divorce and go raise their sons in peace, he had her killed.
Before he came up with the plan to have her abducted and killed from the driveway of their home (which is about ten miles from where we live), he had tried to plan a murder in a different place: the underground parking garage of the building where his office was, in downtown Atlanta. I heard about that part when I started working for the property management company of that building in 2003.
Pretty freaky stuff. I’m just glad he’s dead. He tried for years to get a reduced sentence by ratting on his fellow inmates, but they never gave him a break.