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    James E. 'Ted' Sweeney, right, and his attorney Walter Hanstein stand up as Justice William Stokes enters Franklin County Superior Court Friday morning in Farmington where Sweeney was found guilty of murder.

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    James E. 'Ted' Sweeney listens to Justice William Stokes in Franklin County Superior Court Friday morning in Farmington where he was found guilty of murder.

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    Tom Carey, center, an attorney for James Sweeney, far right, listens to Justice William Stokes in Franklin County Superior Court in Farmington Friday morning.

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    Legally qualified sign language interpreter Shelly Flanders signs what Franklin Superior Court Justice William Stokes is saying to James Sweeney in Franklin County Superior Court Friday morning.

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    Justice William Stokes delivers his verdict in Franklin County Superior Court Friday morning in Farmington where he ruled James Sweeney guilty of murder.

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    James E. 'Ted' Sweeney reacts after being found guilty of murder in Franklin County Superior Court Friday morning in Farmington.

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