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An undocumented immigrant acquitted of murder and manslaughter charges in the 2015 death of Kate Steinle on San Francisco's Pier 14 appeared for the first time Monday in federal court to face gun charges related to the politically charged shooting that he said was an accident. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate - who during the hearing at the U.S. District Court in San Francisco said he goes by another name, Jose Juan Dominguez de la Parra - was charged by federal prosecutors with... [Read More]
The Mexican man acquitted of murder in a San Francisco case that prompted immigration debate has been denied release from jail pending trial on federal gun charges.   Jose Ines Garcia Zarate appeared... [Read More]
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The Mexican man acquitted of murder in a San Francisco case that prompted immigration debate has been denied release from jail pending trial on federal gun charges. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate appeared in federal court Monday to face two illegal gun possession charges, which were filed after a San Francisco jury acquitted him of murder for the July 2015 fatal shooting of Kate Steinle. Garcia Zarate has been deported five times and has spent a combined 17 years in U.S. prisons for three illegal re-entry convictions before the shooting. Garcia Zarate says he found the gun that killed Steinle... [Read More]
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The Mexican man acquitted of murder in a San Francisco case that prompted immigration debate has been denied release from jail pending trial on federal gun charges. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate appeared in federal court Monday to face two illegal gun possession charges, which were filed after a San Francisco jury acquitted him of murder for the July 2015 fatal shooting of Kate Steinle. Garcia Zarate has been deported five times and has spent a combined... [Read More]
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Mexican national Jose Ines Garcia Zarate would have walked free after sentencing last week but instead was transferred to federal custody on weapon charges. [Read More]
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In a breathtaking travesty of justice, illegal alien Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was given three years for weapons possession after he was acquitted of murdering Kate Steinle in San Francisco. [Read More]
One criminal case is over, and an undocumented immigrant is slated for deportation. But for Kate Steinle's parents, the legal battle over who is responsible for their daughter's death is just entering its next phase.Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was sentenced Friday to time served for unlawful possession of a firearm, following a jury's decision in November to reject murder charges against the Mexican national for firing a bullet that killed Steinle as she strolled down... [Read More]
One criminal case is over, and an undocumented immigrant is slated for deportation. But for Kate Steinle's parents, the legal battle over who is responsible for their daughter's death is just entering its next phase.Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was sentenced Friday to time served for unlawful possession of a firearm, following a jury's decision in November to reject murder charges against the Mexican national for firing a bullet that killed Steinle as she strolled down... [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was sentenced to three years on Friday, although authorities said he has already served the time since his arrest. [Read More]
(KRON) The man acquitted in the death of Kate Steinle was sentenced to three years for a gun possession charge. A judge denied a defense request to give Jose Ines Garcia Zarate a new trial for his conviction of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Garcia Zarate will now be taken into federal... [Read More]
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Thomson Reuters A Mexican national acquitted in the fatal San Francisco shooting of Kate Steinle was sentenced to three years in prison on a lesser gun charge. Zarate, who was arrested shortly after the shooting in 2015, was credited for time served. The San Francisco Sheriff's Department handed Jose Ines Garcia Zarate over to U.S. Marshals on warrants stemming from federal gun charges. An illegal immigrant acquitted in a fatal San Francisco shooting, in a verdict condemned by President Donald Trump, was sentenced to three years in prison on a lesser gun charge on... [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was sentenced on Friday to time served for illegal gun possession. He will now be taken into federal custody. (Jan. 5, 2018) [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate will be held in jail until U.S. marshals pick him up. His lawyer, Tony Serra, said he expects the transfer this weekend. Anne Makovec reports. (1-5-18) [Read More]
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The San Francisco trial of 45-year-old Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, who was accused of killing Kathyrn Steinle on Pier 14 in July, 2015, ended in court Friday with a 3-year sentence. Garcia Zarate, who has been in prison since his arrest, will be released from jail in the coming days for time served, but will …... [Read More]
A Mexican man acquitted of murder in the shooting death of a San Francisco woman that sparked a national immigration debate was sentenced Friday to time served for illegal gun possession. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Samuel Feng also denied a defense request to grant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate... [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was sentenced to time served on Friday after being convicted in November of possession of a firearm by a felon. [Read More]
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A judge sentenced Jose Ines Garcia Zarate on Friday and denied his attorneys' request for a new trial for the conviction on illegal gun possession. [Read More]
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San Francisco Superior Court Judge Samuel Feng denied a defense request to give Jose Ines Garcia Zarate a new trial for his conviction of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Garcia Zarate will now be taken into federal custody to face two gun possession charges in federal court. [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was credited for time already served behind bars. [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the undocumented immigrant acquitted last month in the death of Kate Steinle, was sentenced on a firearm charge Friday as his case moves from the state to the federal... [Read More]
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