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- Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. shows no emotion as he listens to a jury foreman read a guilty verdict in his trial on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.

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DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. shows no emotion as he listens to a jury foreman read a guilty verdict in his trial on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.

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- Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. shows no emotion as he listens to a jury foreman read a guilty verdict in his trial on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.
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- Patricia Garcia, the mother of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr., reacts to a guilty verdict in her son's trial on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.
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- Boxes of evidence and paperwork sit behind the prosecutor's table during the trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.
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- Judge Ramiro Mañalich listens to the prosecution's closing arguments during the trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.
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- Prosecutor Mara Marzano gives her closing arguments during the trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.
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- Defense attorney John McGowan gives his closing arguments during the trial of Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.
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- Juan Jose Barrientos, Jr. enters the court room on the final day of his trial on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014, in a Collier County courtroom. Barrientos is a former Lely High School student who was arrested at age 17 in 2008 and convicted Thursday of the murder and robbery of 51-year-old migrant worker Roberto Avalos-Jasso in East Naples.

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