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Lubbock Jury Sentences Man To Life In Prison For Murder

It took a Lubbock jury one hour to sentence a man to life in prison Thursday morning.

Wednesday that same jury found Robert Lang guilty of murder. Lang shot and killed Johnny Lee Smith at an East Lubbock Apartment complex in March of 2004. Thursday's punishment includes a $2,000 fine.

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