A Dothan man received life in prison with parole in a Dothan courtroom yesterday.
The man accused of shooting his wife last Christmas pled guilty to the crime.
family members wiped tears away and held each other after hearing Billy march man confess to fatally shooting Pamela marchman 6 times last year.
Elizabeth Tate spoke on her murdered sister's behalf.
I’m thankful for the guilty plea and the life sentence
Judge Ed Jackson sentenced Mrchman to life in prison and a five thousand dollar fine. Marchman will be eligible for parole in 10 years.
This murder was no surprise to Elizabeth whose sister had only been married to Billy for three months who always suspected he would harm her.
His relationship was a lie from the beginning when found out he'd been married multiple times
And this is what she had to say about Billy’s failed attempt at suicide after he killed Pamela, “he didn't do a good enough job.”
Pamela Marchman leaves behind two children ages 16 and 21.
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