The jury spent about 2 hours in deliberations. Seemed they thought it was a straightforward cut-and-dried case — and so did the prosecution.
Sentencing set for October 13 at 10am Eastern. Pre-Trial Services will now prepare the all-important Pre-Sentencing Report (PSR) for the judge.
If he goes to prison, this PSR will affect his prison conditions. The PSR could still also recommended supervised parole (aka ‘probation’).
The judge will still make the final decision on an appropriate sentence..."
June, 24 2010 4:21 AM