YAKIMA, Wash.-- A guilty verdict in the case of a man accused of a murder in Selah in 1997.
Monday, a jury found Michael Gorski, 62, guilty of Second Degree Murder in the killing of Carolyn Clift.
Gorski's attorney says his client could face anywhere from 14 to 17 years behind bars, but he says they plan to appeal the verdict to have it re-tried.
Another man, Frank Brugnone also faces murder charges for Clift's death. His fate will be decided by the judge.