Miller was sentenced to ten years with credit for time served.
An actual surveillance video of the incident was posted on You Tube. The father of the victim spoke of his son being a huge fan of C-Murder before the incident.
His first platinum album was Life or Death, which was released in 1998.
In 1999 Miller released his second album Bossalinie it would prove to be even more successful charting at number two on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 175,000.
On June 11, 2013 Miller released his debut mixtape Ricochet featuring variety of unreleased tracks.
On March 11, 2014 recently released rapper Lil Boosie collaborated with Miller on a song entitled "Came 2 Da Can", the song has caused major controversy due to Miller's negative remarks of his own brother and former CEO Master P.
The album was promoted with the single's "Be Fresh" and "Posted On The Block (Remix)".
The album charted on the Billboard 200 at one-hundred-thirty.
Prosecutors also charged C-Murder's associates with threatening many other witnesses from this case.
On August 10, 2009, the jury reported being deadlocked, but Judge Hans Liljeberg instructed them to attempt to resolve the deadlock.
In 2000 Miller would release his third album, Trapped in Crime, the album was known for containing Miller's biggest and most well known single to date "Down for My N's" the single featured fellow No Limit artists at the time Snoop Dogg and Magic.
The album would chart on the Billboard 200 at number eight.
In 2009 Miller released his seventh and third album while imprisoned Calliope Click.