Jose Antonio Barajas was convicted of murder, attempted murder, kidnapping and shooting at an inhabited vehicle.
Sentencing is scheduled for March 4.
Barajas was found not guilty of two counts of attempted murder and guilty of shooting at an inhabited vehicle.
He is charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder and kidnapping in 2014 incident.
995 motion to be presented on Aug. 9.
Trial could begin in September or October.
Accused of murder and attempted murder in 2014 case.
District Attorney goes for premeditated, first-degree murder; defense says Barajas was only shooting at the tires and didn't mean to hit anyone.
Decision on preliminary hearing date expected this week.
Accused of murdering 18-year-old Ariana Zendejas in 2014, Jose Barajas was appointed a public defender and will return to court July 26 to continue his arraignment.
After his capture in Mexico, Jose Barajas was extradited to San Benito County and is being charged with seven felonies, ranging from murder to multiple counts of kidnapping and assault with a firearm.
Ariana Zendejas was shot and killed on Aug. 1, 2014. Long suspected as her killer, Jose Antonio Barajas was arrested in Mexico and transported to San Benito County.