On tonight's Deal of the Day, Cam Edwards reports on two stories. First, the jury trial rate is down to an all-time low in Virginia, as reports show that just over 1% of felony convictions are handed down by juries. This development generally means that criminals receive lower sentences as a result of plea bargains and other methods. And in Tulsa, Oklahoma, one murder suspect was sentenced to 30 years in prison, but his accomplices received sentences of one and four years. Prosecutors said that witnesses refused to show up or to testify, so they decided to accept minimal sentences rather than none.