Man found guilty of maim
A jury of five women and four men entered the deliberating room at eleven-thirty this morning, to decide the fate of Lenny Bennett Benguche, whose trial for maim commenced in the Supreme Court of Justice Troadio John Gonzalez on Monday. This is the second time that Bennett/Benguche is on trial. Back in 2010, he was found not guilty of the attempted murder of Christina Zetina, but the jurors were deadlocked on a verdict for maim. The trial ended in a hang jury and a mistrial was declared. He awaits his fate for maim only, having been found guilty by unanimous verdict late this afternoon. Sentencing is set for February twenty-eight.