The jury reached a verdict Tuesday for the men accused of shooting and killing a Butler County woman while she was driving to work in Nashville.
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According to our news affiliate WSMV, the jury found James Cowan not guilty and Devaunte Hill guilty of second-degree murder.
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The two men were accused of killing 26-year-old Caitlyn Kaufman as she drove to her shift at St. Thomas West Hospital in December 2020.
Prosecutors said Hill shot at Kaufman's car at least six times because she cut them off. Cowan was driving the car.
The defense team argued Hill didn't intend to kill Kaufman and said there is no proof Cowan meant for the shooting to happen.
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Sentencing for Hill will take place on March 3.
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