One of the lawyers who helped judge Chanel Lewis by murder to kill Queens jogger Karina Vetrano said Monday night he was not sure the man was guilty and felt pressured to judge him.
"He seems to be such a good kid. Did he really do this?" The jury, a white man in the 30s, said outside the court on Monday night about Lewis.
"I kept thinking" How high is Karina? How Long is Chanel? "She looked me pretty calm."
Lewis attacked and killed Vetrano in Spring Creek Park before she dumped her body a deserted stretch of territory in August 2016.
The jury was among 12 people who found Lewis guilty Monday night.
He did not clarify how he was pressured to return a guilty judgment.
Although the jury raised doubts as to whether Lewis, 22, committed the sadistic crimes ̵
"I feel that justice served," he said. "For both sides of the family, it's a horrible, horrible situation."
It took lawyers five hours to find Lewis guilty. He will be judged on April 17 and face life in prison.