Capital murder defendant convicted on lesser charge of murder

April 4, 2013
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Kimberly Danielle Milwicz, 24, on trial in 355th Judicial District Court in Granbury on a capital murder charge in the January 2012 shooting death of Gene Sabin at T.J.’s Private Club and Cafe, late Thursday afternoon received a guilty verdict on a lesser charge of murder. Judge Ralph Walton read the jury’s verdict, and said the penalty phase will commence at 8:30 a.m. Friday. The penalty range on a murder conviction is 5-99 years or life, with no probation.She will have to serve at least half of her sentence, or 30 years (whichever is less) before eligible for parole.

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