Two men got life without parole Wednesday for their role in a Warner Robins murder for hire case.
A third man got 30 years in prison.
Sentenced first Wednesday was James "Eddy" Clements. He's the Warner Robins man who, last week, was convicted of hiring a father and son to kill his wife in February 2011.
Clements got life plus five years with no parole.
Also sentenced was Richard Sybert, the alleged shooter.
He also got life plus five and no parole for killing Joni Clements.
He avoided the death penalty by testifying against James Clements.
The third man sentenced was his father, Robert Sybert, who helped arrange the plot.
He received a thirty-year prison term.
At today's hearing, District Attorney George Hartwig said those sentences were part of a plea deal with the two Syberts for testifying last week.
13WMAZ talked to Tomi Roeske about the sentencing hearing. She was there for the trial all week but couldn't be there on Wednesday because she is based in Norfolk. She said that she feels like the sentences for James "Eddy" Clements and the Syberts were fair but she also said she hoped that Clements would admit his guilt.
"I really wish that Mr. Clements could show the same level of courage and humanity that the Syberts did by admitting his guilt," said Roeske in a phone interview. "I understand they have a plea agreement but they still admitted what they did wrong and Mr. Clements has not done that."
The Clements and Sybert family declined to comment on the hearing.