<b>Davenport gets 40-year sentence in murder case</b>

Defense attorney B.J. Foley shows his displeasure with the jury's guilty verdict against his client, Joshua Davenport, right. The jury recommended a 35-year sentence for the murder charge and 5 years for tampering with physical evidence for allegedly placing the murder weapon under his wife''s body following the shooting incident. | Photo by Nita Johnson