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A 21-year-old Tucson man who won a new trial because of juror misconduct was convicted of first-degree murder for the second time Friday.
Last week, the Star ran a story about Anthony Pesqueira being sentenced to 12 years in prison after originally be given a life sentence for murder.
A convicted killer will have his sentenced dramatically reduced next month because of a misstep by his former defense attorney.
Moments before being sentenced to life in prison for murder, a defiant Angel Antonio Perez, 22, told the victim’s family he wasn’t going to apologize for something he didn’t do. He also made a crude suggestion to the prosecutor.
The last of four men who showed up to commit a home invasion not
knowing their partners were undercover police officers has pleaded
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