In Houston, TX, the sentencing phase in the Tyrone Williams
case has been delayed until Friday after Williams' attorney sought medical care
because of what he described as "excruciating pain."
A jury convicted Williams last week on 58 counts for his
role in a 2003 smuggling operation in which 19 illegal immigrants died after
being left in the overheated trailer of his truck.
On Friday, the jury will consider whether Williams should
face life in prison or the death penalty.