Jury Reaches Verdict in the Homicide Trial of John Tetting Jr.
A Juneau County jury charged with deciding the fate of a Tomah man charged with homicide has reached a verdict Wednesday afternoon. A jury of six men and six women decided in the homicide trial of 31-year-old John Tetting Jr that Tetting was found guilty of 2nd degree intentional homicide of Tabitha Nealy but was found not guilty of in the death of Josh Alderman. The jury deliberated over two days before reaching a decision. Attorney Gary Freyberg, who handled the case for the state, said that Tetting faces a maximum sentence of 60 years, 40 years initial confinement. Freyberg said the jury took their civic duty seriously and he appreciated their dedication to the case.
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