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Jonathan Rowles, sentencing hearing

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Jonathan Rowles hugs an unidentified person at the end of the sentencing hearing for his juvenile case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff Jonathan Rowles hugs an unidentified person at the end of the sentencing hearing for his juvenile case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.

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Jonathan Rowles, 15, sits in a Collier County courtroom during the sentencing hearing about his juvenile case on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Mary 'Betsy' Elizabeth Roy gives a supportive testimony during the sentencing hearing for her grandson, Jonathan Rowles, at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. Roy said that she plans to make arrangements for gaining parental custody of Rowles. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Jonathan Rowles hugs an unidentified person at the end of the sentencing hearing for his juvenile case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Corporal John Wohlbrandt testifies during the sentencing hearing of the Jonathan Rowles case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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A New Beginnings official was present for the sentencing hearing of his son Jonathan Rowles at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Jonathan Rowles, left, speaks with a New Beginnings official, right, at the end of the sentencing hearing for Jonathan's juvenile case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Darrol 'Skip' Riffle gives a supportive testimony during the sentencing hearing for the Jonathan Rowles case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. Riffle is the founder of Bikes for Tykes, a non-profit corporation where Rowles volunteers. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Jonathan Rowles, 15, sits in a Collier County courtroom during the sentencing hearing about his juvenile case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Assistant State Attorney Tammy Wilson, left, and Assistant Public Defender, Connie Kelley, right, speak with Judge Ramiro Manalich, during the sentencing hearing for the Jonathan Rowles case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Jonathan Rowles, left, stands with Assistant Public Defender, Justin Barger, center, his grandmother, and an unidentified person at the sentencing hearing for his juvenile case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.
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Department of Juvenile Justice probation officer Pat Kellman, left, gives Jonathan Rowles a cotton swab during the sentencing hearing for his juvenile case at the Collier County Courthouse on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The judge ruled that for at least six months Rowles will be sent to a moderate-risk juvenile justice facility for his role in the 2010 shooting of his mother, Kelly Ann Rowles.

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