THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
FORT PIERCE, Fla. -- A former assisted living center employee convicted of murdering a resident's daughter in 2002 is going back to death row.
Circuit Judge Robert Belanger sentenced 56-year-old Andrew Michael Gosciminski on Friday to death for a second time.
His attorney, Mark Harllee, says errors made by the prosecution throughout the trial could be grounds for appeal.
Last month, a St. Lucie County jury voted 9-3 for the execution. The same jury had found Gosciminski guilty of first-degree murder, robbery and burglary.
Gosciminski had already been convicted and sentenced to death in 2005, but the Florida Supreme Court threw out the conviction last year and ordered a new trial. The high court ruled some evidence during his 2005 trial had been improperly admitted.