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Public defender Charles Bates, left, requests probation in the case of Christopher Endicott, center, who shot and killed his two guardians, Barbara and Gary Holloway, in March 2011 at the age of 15. Endicott appeared in Metcalfe County Circuit Court Tuesday morning for final sentencing, and he was sentenced to 20 years in prison, as agreed in a previous plea deal. Endicott will return to court in February 2014, after his 18th birthday, to reevaluate his sentence as an adult. Also shown is public defender Harolyn Howard. Amanda Loviza Vickery / Glasgow Daily Times

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