Stewart found guilty of Second Degree Murder
Jurors deliberated for 10 hours but say his guilt was never in doubt. After intense discussions jurors decided to give the 2nd degree verdict to compromise between those who were swaqyed by defense attorney claim that the drug Ambien effected Stewart's ability to control his actions, and those who did not buy the claim. Stewart will not face the death penalty but will face a minimum of 130 years in prison as a result of the verdict. His lawyers have made notice that they wil appeal the verdict.