It took a Caddo Parish jury 10 minutes Wednesday (May 23) evening to convict 22-year-old Joshua Parker of 2nd Degree Murder.
Penalty for second degree murder is mandatory life in prison sentence, without possibility of parole, pardon or suspension.
Parker was charged with the June 2009 shooting death of Phillip Livigni, 17, who Shreveport police found suffering from a gunshot wound to the back in the University Elementary School parking lot in the 9900 block of Smitherman.
Livigni was transported to LSU Medical Center by the Shreveport Fire Department, where he later died in surgery.
Caddo District Judge Mike Pitman is presiding; Brady O'Callaghan is prosecuting; and Frank Zaccaria is Parker's defense attorney.