A trial 12 years in the making comes to an end after jurors reach a verdict in the Gus Boulis murder case.
It took jurors a little under 24 hours to come up with a guilty verdict for Anthony "Little Tony" Ferrari.
He was found guilty of 1st degree murder and conspiracy to commit 1st degree murder.
Prosecutors say he was one of the men who orchestrated the mob-style killing of the Miami Subs and Sun Cruz Casinos founder back in 2001.
Boulis' family attended the verdict reading and broke down in tears, overcome with emotions.
This was a case that actually saw Ferrari take the witness stand against the wishes of his attorney.
An associate of Ferrari -- Anthony "Big Tony" Moscatiello -- is also being charged in the case, however a judge ruled his case a mistrial after his attorney got sick.
Ferrari is now looking at the death penalty pending sentencing, which is set for December 16th.
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