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Trina was found guilty of arson, two counts of second-degree murder and “causing a catastrophe.” The conviction sealed her fate.
 
Had she been facing the death penalty, she would have had the right to introduce mitigating evidence, according to a Supreme Court ruling the previous year striking down mandatory death sentences as cruel and unusual punishment. But no such right extended to defendants facing mandatory life sentences. 

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