A jury recommended the death penalty Tuesday for a man convicted of shooting a police detective to death in revenge for the officer's testimony against him in a robbery case.

Daniel S. Jenkins, 33, of North Hollywood, was convicted July 27 of first-degree murder in the killing off-duty Los Angeles police detective Thomas Williams hours after Williams testified at Jenkins' robbery trial Oct. 31, 1985.Jenkins also was convicted of trying to kill the robbery victim to prevent him from testifying.