Puzio was a juvenile in 1994 when he was convicted and later sentenced to life without parole for two counts of first-degree murder and one count of armed carjacking. Due to juvenile sentencing case law changes, Puzio was resentenced by a judge to 60 years in prison. Puzio appealed the resentencing, arguing that there was a lack of jury finding as to whether he actually killed, intended to kill, or attempted to kill the victims, which was necessary to support the new sentences. The Fourth District Court of Appeal agreed in part but did not remand the case to the trial court for resentencing. Puzio has asked this Court for review, arguing that the Fourth DCA decision conflicts with this Court’s decision holding that resentencing was required to correct a similar error in another case.
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