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Johnny Borizov could be sentenced to life in prison Monday

Published: Sunday, July 14, 2013 8:05 p.m. CDT
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Johnny Borizov was convicted of three counts for first-degree murder after orchestrating the murders of three members of the Kramer family while at their Darien home in March 2010

DARIEN – The fate of Johnny Borizov will be determined Monday by Judge Daniel Guerin at the DuPage County Courthouse where he could be sentenced to life in prison for orchestrating the murders of three members of the Kramer family while at their Darien home in March 2010.

After a four-week trial that started in April, a jury found Borizov guilty of three counts of first-degree murder and one count of solicitation of murder.

The 31-year-old was convicted in May of orchestrating the murders of Lori, Jeff and Michael Kramer by convincing his friend, Jacob Nodarse, to shoot them to death in their home.

On Monday, members of the Kramer family will be given the opportunity to address Borizov, and the former Willow Springs resident will have the chance to make a statement if he chooses.

Nodarse, 26, formerly of Countryside, faces 45 years to life in prison. Nodarse's sentencing date is scheduled for Aug. 13.

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