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She initially faced a possible life term in prison without the possibility of parole when she was arrested and charged in 2003 with committing Gonzalez's murder during the special circumstance of lying-in-wait.Jurors in Paz's trial in 2006 convicted her of first-degree murder but decided that the special-circumstance allegation was not true, providing her with a chance at parole."That woman is a criminal murderer who killed my son," Maria Sanchez Gonzalez, Diego's mother, said through an interpreter. That woman should not be released." Deputy District Attorney Steve Mc Greevy contended during Paz's 2006 trial that she plotted with her longtime on-again, off-again boyfriend Brandan Dante Perry to murder Gonzalez out of jealousy, anger and revenge.Paz, a slender, dark-haired grocery clerk, wanted Gonzalez dead because she was angry that he was dating someone else but was still calling her from time to time for sex, Mc Greevy argued.
Defense attorney William Kelley, who represented Paz during her 2006 trial, argued that Paz believed she was setting up Gonzalez to be beaten, not murdered.
A weeping father told a judge today that his murdered son a champion high school wrestler was a good person who loved sports, his family and friends, and always thought he would be around to help his mother.
"I miss my son very much and I will never see him again," Felix Gonzalez said.
The first-degree murder was overturned in 2008 by the 4th District Court of Appeal, who ruled that her jury was given erroneous instructions.
That finding sent Paz back to Orange County Superior Court for a retrial.
Both women remained wide-eyed and motionless moments later when court clerk Suyin Young revealed the jury's decision: Paz was guilty of first-degree murder for her role in luring Diego Gonzalez, a 17-year-old champion high school wrestler, to an ambush by her longtime on-again, off-again boyfriend on Nov. But the seven-man, five-woman also decided that the special-circumstance allegation that Paz was "lying in wait" to commit murder was not true. That is the same sentence that Brandan Dante Perry, Paz's boyfriend since junior high school, was promised in March after he pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and agreed to testify against his former love.