WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) - A jury is deliberating the punishment for Willie Maurice Hervey, Jr.
Hervey was convicted of murdering Mark Austin Hawkins in 2014 during a drug deal.
He is facing five to 99 years or life in prison and a fine up to $10,000.
During closing arguments, the prosecution argued Hervey chose to execute Hawkins for $250 worth of marijuana.
They also said Hervey chose the "gang life" and deserves life in prison.
Members of the prosecution also pointed out Hervey is a member of the 107 Hoova Crips.
The defense argued Hervey deserves a second chance and should receive the minimum five-year sentence.
Jesse Canales is in the courtroom tweeting the latest developments of this sentencing phase.