A Lynchburg jury is recommending a 35-year prison sentence for Scott Miles. The recommendation came late this morning; last night, jury members found Miles guilty of first degree murder. He was convicted for killing his mother-in-law Lynda Slocum at her Lynchburg home in December of 2012. A judge can choose to sentence Miles to less than the 35 year recommendation but cannot exceed it. Sentencing is set for July.