It took a jury in Pike County, Illinois only about two hours to return a guilty verdict in the case of a man accused of stabbing his brother to death last year.

29-year-old Joseph Coffman was found guilty in Pike County Circuit Court in Pittsfield Wednesday afternoon.

Coffman had been charged in the stabbing death of his brother, 46-year-old Dennis Coffman, following an altercation between the two along Interstate 72 in Illinois July 19, 2014.

Joseph Coffman now faces between 20 and 60 years in prison.

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The murder case of a man accused of stabbing his brother to death went to the jury Wednesday morning.

Deliberations began in Pike County Circuit Court in Pittsfield in the case of 29-year-old Joseph Coffman. He’s alleged to have stabbed his brother, 46-year-old Dennis Coffman, to death on July 19 2014 as the two drove on Interstate 72 in Illinois after a night of drinking in Hannibal.

If convicted, Joseph Coffman faces from 20 to 60 years in prison.