May 28, 2010 in Idaho
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Juan C. Aldana-Villanueva walks to his seat in a Kootenai County courtroom Friday, May 28, 2010, before his sentencing for second-degree murder. Aldana-Villanueva pleaded guilty to getting into an argument, then shooting Timothy Wolfe in 2009.

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Juan C. Aldana-Villanueva, left, talks with his lawyer, Lynn Nelson, right, in a Kootenai County courtroom Friday, May 28, 2010 before his sentencing for second-degree murder.

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Charlotte Nilson, mother of Timothy Wolfe, hugs Sam Abrahamson, Tim’s uncle, outside a Kootenai County courtroom Friday, May 28, 2010, after the sentencing of Juan C. Aldana-Villanueva for second-degree murder in Wolfe’s killing.

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Sam Abrahamson sits in the witness stand and talks about how much he misses his nephew, Timothy Wolfe, in a Kootenai County courtroom Friday, May 28, 2010. Juan C. Aldana-Villanueva was sentenced to 28 years for second-degree murder in Wolfe’s killing.