CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Camilia Terry has been found guilty in the death of her son, Emilliano.
Terry was accused of killing her three-year-old son, last November.
Here is how the counts break down:
Count 1: Aggravated Murder
Found Not Guilty of Aggravated Murder.
Within Count 1: Guilty of Murder
Count 2: Aggravated Murder
Count 3: Murder
Count 4: Murder
Count 5: Felonious Assault
Count 6: Endangering a Child
Count 7: Endangering a Child
Count 8: Tampering with Evidence
Count 9: Making a False Alarm
Count 10: Gross Abuse of a Corpse
The prosecutor's office said the guilty verdict on aggravated murder for purposely killing a child under age 13 means Terry could receive a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. She's expected to be sentenced on Dec. 19.
It took the jury just a couple hours to decide the verdict once they got the case Friday afternoon.
Terry has told multiple stories as to how her son died.
Terry’s defense team admitted Terry originally gave different stories as to how her son, Emiliano, may have died. At one point, she said the three-year-old hit his head on a child car seat.
In another scenario, she said it was a boyfriend who hit and kicked the young boy, leading to his death.
She does admit wrapping up his body and putting it in a dumpster. It was later found at a garbage dump. The boy had a fractured skull and lacerated liver.
A forensic pathologist testified that the boy would have died very quickly.
The trial began last week and included recordings of her being questioned by detectives, but she did not choose to take the stand.
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