After only two days of trial, a 24-year-old man faces life in prison for his connection with a Jackson murder.
On Tuesday, James Whetstone was acquitted on a first degree murder charge, but convicted on conspiracy to commit murder.
Two other people are also suspected in the crime.
The prosecuting attorney says the jury knew Whetstone had a part in Devin McCain's death, but they were not sure who pulled the trigger.
The prosecutor says during the trial, security was increased at the courthouse because a number of witnesses were threatened.
Demetreon Adams and Lasonya Dempsey are also accused of being involved in the 2005 killing, they will go on trial in July.
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