A jury has recommended three years in prison in the case of former police officer Daniel Harmon-Wright, who was convicted of voluntary manslaughter Tuesday. A Culpeper County judge decided not to declare a mistrial in the case earlier on Friday. Defense attorneys had sought a mistrial after reports that several jurors improperly looked up several terms, including "malicious" and "malice" in dictionaries brought to the jury room. Attorneys had argued the action construed jury misconduct. But the judge in the case disagreed and upheld Harmon-Wright's conviction. Harmon-Wright was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of Patricia Cook on February 9th last year. Harmon-Wright's sentencing date is April 10th.