Kendrick Silver, convicted of murdering a Coral Gables jogger and a security guard in North Miami-Dade, was facing the death penalty during his sentencing hearing at Miami-Dade Criminal Court on Aug. 15, 2017. On Monday, Aug. 21, jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict and thus he was sentenced to life in prison instead of the death penalty. This was the first death penalty sentencing in Florida since the state law required jurors to be unanimous in death-penalty cases.
Kendrick Silver, convicted of murdering a Coral Gables jogger and a security guard in North Miami-Dade, was facing the death penalty during his sentencing hearing at Miami-Dade Criminal Court on Aug. 15, 2017. On Monday, Aug. 21, jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict and thus he was sentenced to life in prison instead of the death penalty. This was the first death penalty sentencing in Florida since the state law required jurors to be unanimous in death-penalty cases. C.M. Guerrero cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com
Kendrick Silver, convicted of murdering a Coral Gables jogger and a security guard in North Miami-Dade, was facing the death penalty during his sentencing hearing at Miami-Dade Criminal Court on Aug. 15, 2017. On Monday, Aug. 21, jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict and thus he was sentenced to life in prison instead of the death penalty. This was the first death penalty sentencing in Florida since the state law required jurors to be unanimous in death-penalty cases. C.M. Guerrero cmguerrero@elnuevoherald.com