Miami’s Charles Johnson was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for the murder of Luvonia Williams in 2011. Circuit Judge Nushin Sayfie decided on life although a jury, in a 10-2 vote, recommended that he be executed.
Miami’s Charles Johnson was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for the murder of Luvonia Williams in 2011. Circuit Judge Nushin Sayfie decided on life although a jury, in a 10-2 vote, recommended that he be executed. David Ovalle Miami Herald
Miami’s Charles Johnson was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for the murder of Luvonia Williams in 2011. Circuit Judge Nushin Sayfie decided on life although a jury, in a 10-2 vote, recommended that he be executed. David Ovalle Miami Herald

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