A jury found Jamal Winter guilty of second-degree murder for the murder of Kyong-Sook Woo, a dry cleaner in Windsor Terrace. Winter, who was out on parole, was accused of strangling Woo and then using ammonia to burn off his fingerprints. He now faces up to 25 years in prison. The jury did not convict him of first-degree murder; a juror told the Daily News, "We were all over the map. But it was not a compromise."