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Truly disgusting. .01/19/2019 20:45:07PM EST. [Read More]
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Illegal immigrant says momentary and accidental possession of a gun is not a crime... [Read More]
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A Mexican man who touched off a fierce immigration debate over his role in the shooting death of a woman walking on a San Francisco pier is seeking to overturn his felony gun possession conviction. [Read More]
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A Mexican man who touched off a fierce immigration debate over his role in the shooting death of a woman walking on a San Francisco pier is seeking to overturn his felony gun possession conviction. It was the only charge he was found guilty of after ... [Read More]
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"...gun possession is not illegal if the possession was for only 'a momentary or transitory period'" [Read More]
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A Mexican man who touched off a fierce immigration debate over his role in the shooting death of a woman walking on a San Francisco pier is seeking to overturn his felony gun possession conviction. It was the only charge he was found guilty of after a jury acquitted him of murder. Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate had been deported five times at the time of the shooting and was wanted for a sixth deportation proceeding. Lawyers for Garcia-Zarate filed the expected... [Read More]
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Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was charged with murder in the fatal 2015 shooting on a San Francisco pier. He was found guilty only of felony gun possession. [Read More]
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A Mexican national who touched off a fierce immigration debate over his role in the shooting death of a woman walking on a San Francisco pier is seeking to overturn his felony gun possession conviction. It was the only charge he was found guilty of after a jury acquitted him of murder. Lawyers for Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate filed the expected appeal last week. Garcia-Zarate says he didn't know he was holding a gun when it fired and fatally struck Kate Steinle in the back as she walked with her father on the pier in 2015. He... [Read More]
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A Mexican national who touched off a fierce immigration debate for his role in the shooting death of Kate Steinle is seeking to overturn his felony illegal gun possession conviction, the only charge he was found guilty of after a jury acquitted him of murder. Lawyers for Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate filed the expected appeal last week in California's appellate court. Garcia-Zarate says he didn't know he was holding a gun when it fired and fatally struck Steinle in the back as she walked with her father on a San Francisco pier in 2015. He says he found the gun... [Read More]
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Previous felon is serving three years in prison right now... [Read More]
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An undocumented Mexican citizen who was convicted of possessing the gun that killed Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier in 2015 has appealed his conviction, claiming that the trial judge failed to give a key jury instruction. [Read More]
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Gun possession is not illegal if it was for only "a momentary or transitory period" and for the purpose of disposing of the firearm. [Read More]
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Undocumented immigrant found not guilty in Kate Steinle's killing wants gun conviction dropped. [Read More]
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An undocumented Mexican citizen who was convicted of possessing the gun that killed Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier in 2015 has appealed his conviction, claiming that the trial judge failed to give a key jury instruction. [Read More]
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The undocumented immigrant who was found not guilty in November 2017 for the 2015 fatal shooting of a woman on the San Francisco pier, but convicted for illegally possessing a weapon, has appealed the conviction, arguing that he had obtained and fired the gun by accident and "momentary possession" of a gun is not a crime.  ... [Read More]
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SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) An undocumented Mexican citizen who was convicted of possessing the gun that killed Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier in 2015 has appealed his conviction, claiming that the trial judge failed to give a key jury instruction. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was convicted in San Francisco Superior Court in 2017 of being an ex-felon in possession of a gun. The jury acquitted him of the murder of Steinle, who was killed on July 1, 2015, by a ricocheting bullet from a gun held by Zarate.... [Read More]
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The undocumented immigrant acquitted by a jury of murder in the shooting death of Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier, in a case that touched off a furor about immigration and sanctuary laws, has appealed his conviction for illegally possessing the fatal weapon, saying momentary and accidental possession of a gun is not a crime. The November 2017 verdict in the case of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate showed that jurors believed he "did not commit a willful act in firing the gun — that it went off accidentally just as the defense contended," Garcia Zarate's lawyer, Cliff Gardner,... [Read More]
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