Men Convicted In Ahmaud Arbery’s Death To Be Sentenced For Hate Crimes Three Georgia men convicted in the death of Ahmaud Arbery will be in court today for additional sentencing on federal hate crime charges. Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William ‘Roddie’ Bryan are already serving life sentences for shooting and killing Arbery in February of 2020. Earlier this year, all three were convicted of hate crimes for violating Arbery’s civil rights and targeting him because he was Black. Travis and Greg McMichael have asked the judge to be sent to a federal penitentiary to serve out their sentence, rather than a state prison. What are the long-term impacts of the Arbery case?