A night that changed three lives forever – A deadly fight between Richard DiGuglielmo Sr., left, his son Richard Jr., center and Charles Campbell, right, sparked a bizarre legal battle. Click through the gallery for details.
The shooter – The shooter: Richard DiGuglielmo was an 11-year veteran of the New York City Police Department
The shooting victim – Charles Campbell, 37, was a sanitation worker, an amateur boxer, and worked part-time with underprivleged kids.
The crime scene – The DiGuglielmo family's Venice Deli in Dobbs Ferry, New York, is on the left. Laura's Pizza Den sits across the street on the right.
The father – DiGuglielmo's dad, deli owner Richard DiGugliemo Sr., was working with Rich Jr. and a son-in-law the night of October 3, 1996.
The car – Campbell parked his Corvette in the deli lot, which was reserved for customers only. He ignored DiGuglielmo Sr.'s request to move it and ran across the street for pizza.
The catalyst – DiGuglielmo Sr. placed a "no parking" sticker on the window of Campbell's Corvette.
The baseball bat – Campbell argued about the sticker with the elder DiGuglielmo, leading to a tense confrontation between Campbell and the three family members. Rich Jr. went back into the store. Campbell pulled this bat from his car trunk, using it to injure Rich Sr.
The brother – Campbell's brother, the Rev. William Campbell, wasn't there that night, but he says his brother wouldn't have grabbed the bat unless he was provoked.
The gun – Inside the store, Rich Jr. saw Campbell swinging the bat at his father outside. Rich Jr. reached under the cash register and grabbed this pistol, ran out the door and fatally shot Campbell in the chest three times.
The DiGuglielmo family – DiGuglielmo Jr, center, sits with his mother, Rosemarie, and his dad, who said, "I would wish my son was never there ... my family's torn apart. Literally torn apart."
The sentence and appeals – DiGuglielmo Jr. was convicted of murder with depraved indifference and sentenced to serve 20 years to life. He's currently at Eastern New York Correctional Facility in Napanoch, New York. An appeal won him his freedom. But a higher court sent him back to prison where he remains.