Marin, 53, was found guilty on June 28 of burning down his $3.5 million home. After the verdict was read, Marin put his head in his hands and appeared to put something in his mouth. He then drank from a sports bottle.
It was a bizarre ending to a case that began in 2009 when he emerged from his burning Phoenix-area mansion in scuba gear.
Prosecutors said he torched his home when he couldn't keep up with the payments. Marin faced seven to 21 years in prison.