The judge, Chris Craft, announced Sunday evening that Devin Jefferson was found guilty for first degree murder and robbery of University of Memphis football player Taylor Bradford.
After 8 grueling hours behind closed doors, the jurors of the case of first degree murder suspect Devin Jefferson finally came to a close Sunday.
Eleven of the twelve jurors voted guilty, stating that Jefferson didn’t have to be present when the incident happened regardless if it was intended for Bradford to be killed or not, but because Jefferson was involved in the robbery and murder of Bradford along with his three other accomplices, he was found guilty.
The three other suspects are expected to go on trial sometime later for the murder and robbery of Bradford. They are all expected to serve life in prison.