2016 Criminal Defense Lawyer of the Year Dear Mr. Steve Aarons I wanted to let you know that we are now able to arrange orders for the trophies/acrylics that will be produced to showcase your victory in the category – Criminal Defense Law Firm of the Year in New Mexico – 2016 A trophy will…

After severing counts two counts and the court dismissing a third count of criminal sexual contact of a minor, an Albuquerque jury deliberated for 40 minutes before acquitting Harold Potter of Las Vegas, Nevada, of the remaining two counts. Inconsistencies in the alleged victim’s testimony was a primary reason for the verdicts.

Defendant sent home after Jury returns verdict in Taos Murder Trial The prosecution did not object to Manual Leyba going home after the jury returned a verdict of involuntary manslaughter after the fatal stabbing in Penasco. A sentence hearing is scheduled for June 2016. Peñasco man found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Laurie Celine Updated May…

Peñasco man will face trial for second-degree murder in cousin’s stabbing A Peñasco man accused of stabbing his 22-year-old cousin will stand trial for second-degree murder after a magistrate judge rejected arguments Monday (Aug. 10) the charge against him be reduced to voluntary manslaughter. Manuel Leyba, 30, is accused of knifing Alex Vigil during an…

“When Jessica Quintana wanted to sneak classified material out of the nation’s top nuclear weapons lab, the biggest outrage is how scandalously simple it was… Quintana has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and faces up to a year in jail. Her lawyer says Americans can thank her for one thing: exposing persistent gaps in security…

Monster Slayer The Story of Serial Killer Robert Fry by Robert Scott (2005) Excerpt from a paperback novel regarding a client convicted of serial murders Pages 240-241: The first problems came for Fry

Lawyers Feel Duty to Make System Work Outstanding criminal attorneys also enjoy challenge and rewards Byline: Daniel J. Chacon Journal Staff Writer, Albuquerque Journal North 04/22/2001 Page: 1 No one is supposed to be listening to their conversation, but Dan Marlowe’s husky voice echoes like thunder through the wooden frame of his downtown office door….

Wilkins Set Free Publication: Albuquerque Journal Date: 03/03/2001 Page: A1 Headline: Last Defendant Goes Free Byline: Guillermo Contreras And Lloyd Jojola Journal Staff Writers TORREON CABIN KILLINGS Charges Dropped in Deaths of Boys, Couple Charges were dismissed Friday against the last of the four defendants charged in the deaths of a couple and two children…

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