Attorneys are not surprised that a Dallas jury on Tuesday found ex-police officer Amber Guyger guilty of murder in the shooting death of Botham Jean.

As jurors continue hearing testimony in the sentencing phase of the trial for Guyger, some lawyers predict that she will receive a sentence on the low end of the five to 99 years punishment range. However, one prosecutor-turned-defense lawyer expects a sentence of at least 40 years.

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