The man accused of capital murder is found guilty and could be sentenced to die for the crime.
32-year-old Christopher Floyd killed 49-year-old Archie Crawford during a robbery at a country store in 1992.
Floyd was already serving a life sentence for property crimes.
Prosecutors contended he confessed to the crime in a taped statement to investigators.
Defense attorneys claimed someone else committed the crime.
The victim's family is glad the crime is solved.
The same jury that convicted Floyd also recommended the death penalty.
The final decision will be up to Judge Larry Anderson.