Miguel Solis and Alexander Rivas, former bodyguards of Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, were sentence to five years in prison after being found guilty of attempted murder.
The shooting happened in April of 2009 in which the men opened fire on photographers during the Brady-Bundchen wedding in Costa Rica.
The three judges voted unanimously on the case.
The bodyguards had confronted the photographers and demanded they hand over the memory cards in their cameras.
The photographers refused, and as they drove away, at least one of the bodyguards opened fire, according to the compliant against them.
Neither photographer was harmed during the altercation.