El hombre que fue absuelto por la muerte de Kate Steinle podría tener un nuevo juicio el viernes por su condena por el cargo de posesión de armas. José Inés García Zarate, un inmigrante mexicano hallado no culpable de cargos de homicidio en un tiroteo sucedido en el muelle de San Francisco el 14 de julio de 2015, comparecerá en corte el viernes y su defensa disputará si tenía o no el arma.
The man acquitted in the 2015 shooting death of Kate Steinle could be granted a new trial Friday on his weapon possession conviction. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a Mexican immigrant who was found not guilty of murder and manslaughter charges after firing the shot that killed Steinle on San Francisco's Pier 14 in July 2015, will be in court Friday with a defense that disputes he had possession of the firearm.
The man acquitted in the 2015 shooting death of Kate Steinle could be granted a new trial Friday on his weapon possession conviction. Jose Garcia Zarate, a Mexican immigrant who was found not guilty of murder and manslaughter charges after firing the shot that killed Steinle on San Francisco's Pier 14 in July 2015, will be in court Friday with a defense that disputes he had possession of the firearm.
On recognizing Chinese Lunar New Year in #CA, @DavidChiu: “It’s important to remember not only the struggles but the triumphs of our community.” Calls #SF’s Chinatown the oldest in the country and the cultural capital. Group of lawmakers introducing bill to honor the holiday https://t.co/Va25Vz2vcl
The Portsmouth Square Dance Club performing as @Scott_Wiener looks on from above. Weiner and a host of other state lawmakers are sponsoring legislation to recognize Chinese Lunar New Year in #CA. https://t.co/4O6oJJp1Ag
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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