Harrison Circuit Court Judge Robert McGinnis upheld the jury's recommendation in sentencing Larry Willis for the Aug. 22, 2007, shooting of his estranged wife Ruby.
McGinnis sentenced Willis to a total of 10 years in the case, which involved convictions on two charges.
On May 29, the jury found Willis guilty of first degree assault and second degree assault for shooting his wife two times.
The sentence was 10 years on the first degree assault and five on the second, to be served at the same time.
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