LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- The man accused of killing a soldier outside a Little Rock military recruiting center has been sentenced to life without parole.
Abdulhakim Muhammad changed his plea earlier to guilty on all counts.
Lawyers for Abdulhakim Muhammad have spent the better part of the morning meeting with the judge.
The trial of Abdulhakim Muhammad went into recess on Friday as a defense psychiatrist was testifying about his diagnosis of Muhammad as having a delusional disorder.
Monday morning, trial was set to resume at 10 a.m., but lawyers and Circuit Judge Herbert Wright have had meetings outside the presence of the jury.
Muhammad is charged with capital murder for the slaying of Army Pvt. William Long and attempted capital murder for wounding Pvt. Quinton Ezeagwula in 2009.
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