"I have very mixed feelings," she said. "It was a long haul for the family. It's very tragic."
Szostak said she trusted the process, which is what her brother Peter, a lawyer, would have wanted.
Kindlon said he will appeal the verdict. At the end of the prosecution's summation on Wednesday, Aug. 9, Kindlon had asked for a mistrial. Berry told him on Thursday morning that the motion was denied.
Christopher Porco's sentencing will come in October. He will remain in jail until then.
Jim Cuozzo reported on this story from Goshen.
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