Juror Wesley Anderson says he had no choice but to convict 15-year-oldJonathan Miller of felony murder, a crime that carries a mandatory lifesentence.

When he and other jurors examined definitions of the charges against Miller-felonymurder, aggravated battery and aggravated assault-they believed AssistantDistrict Attorney Rachelle L. Carnesale had proved all three, Andersonsays.

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