Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Sadly, we no longer have speedy trials and fine hangings

Maricopa double-murder case may have conflicts with Volkmer transition

Valenzuela’s case joins a number of cases potentially impacted by Volkmer’s transition to PCAO. He also joins two capital defendants who recently appeared before Judge Joseph Georgini as their attorneys also expressed some level of stagnation due to impending decisions on how to handle conflicts caused by Volkmer’s involvement in the cases or that or his former law partners. Monitor

And with the holidays approaching, we'll have no shortage of murder and mayhem, in and around Maricopa and Pinal County. Although not published, it's believed that the Figueroa murder involved the use of a sword. Third World brutality takes place, when your First World nation is overrun by criminal scumbags and Third World savages.

Murder charged in death of Maricopa woman

At 7:21 p.m., MPD received a call from Figueroa’s son, who said his father had assaulted him and pointed a gun at his mother while they were sitting in the pickup truck. At around 8 p.m., Figueroa’s daughter told MPD her father called her and told her he had killed their mother Olivia and left her in the desert.

According to the report, he was standing outside the residence “with a sword in hand..." Miguel Figueroa’s bond is set at $750,000 on the assault charge. He has arraignment hearings set for Dec. 15 and Dec. 20, 2016. He had previous arrests in Pinal County on charges, including possessing of drug paraphernalia, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated robbery. InMaricopa