After a jury's verdict of guilt, Judge Fostel sentenced the James R. Biegler, Jr. , 33, to eleven years in prison. The range was 2 to 20. (Despite no one suggesting it, he was eligible for probation.) Restitution was ordered. From what I gather, that was a longer sentence than a co-defendant received.
Biegler testified during the punishment phase and said he didn't do the crime for money. "I had a job at the time and was making $3,000 to $3,500 a month easy."
Edit: What the table in the jury room looked like after the guilty verdict:
"Full Throttle: When You Need That Extra Energy To Convict."