Bozicevich was sentenced to life in a military prison without parole after he was convicted of killing his infantry squad leader and another soldier. He will be demoted to private and he will receive a dishonorable discharge. Charles Gittins, Bozicevich’s attorney, was happy with the result because his main concern was sparing his client the death penalty. He also indicated he may appeal, believing there are “numerous viable issues on which to base a successful appeal.”

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