The driver who said he fell asleep behind the wheel before his car hit and killed a Honolulu police officer was found guilty.
The jury in the trial for James Dorsey, 22, returned its verdict on Monday.
Dorsey was found guilty of negligent homicide in the third degree, a misdemeanor, for the death of officer Eric Fontes.
He was also found guilty of first-degree negligent injury, a felony, for injuries suffered by another officer.
Dorsey hit both officers on Farrington Highway near Ko Olina in Sept. 2011.
On Monday, Judge Glenn Kim described the jury's verdict as "inconsistent."
"We want to give closure to the family as well. The family has been waiting patiently for this day and it's bittersweet today because they got their partial victory or justice today. But they still have to wait to see it all the way through," prosecuting attorney Kristine Yoo said.
Attorneys for both sides will return on Nov. 6 to offer arguments regarding Dorsey's punishment.
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