Manslaughter conviction, sentencing upsets both parties
Jeffery Noble's murder trial ended Friday with a 2nd degree manslaughter conviction and a jury recommendation of 10 years in jail--and neither side is happy with the verdict and reccomendation. While Destiny Tincher's family on the father's side says 10 years is not enough, Jeffery Noble's family says he should not be in jail at all. As the attorneys gave their closing arguments Friday morning, Jeffery Noble's defense said this case has a lot of unanswered questions. Noble is scheduled for sentencing December 9th.