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State v. Alarcon-Chavez (20)

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Friday, June 1, 2012

S-11-0779, State v. Leodan Alarcon-Chavez (Appellant)

Madison County, Judge Robert B. Ensz

Attorneys:  Melissa A. Wentling, Kyle M. Melia (Public Defender’s Office) and Todd Lancaster (Nebraska Commission on Public Advocacy) (Appellant) --- Kimberly A. Klein (Attorney General’s Office)

Criminal:  Count I: First degree murder; Count II: Use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony; and Count III: Witness tampering

Proceedings below:  Appellant was found guilty by a jury of the above crimes. He was sentenced on Count I: life imprisonment; Count II: 10 to 20 years, Count III: 1 to 2 years. Sentences on Counts II and III were ordered to be served consecutive to each other and Count I. Credit was given for time served.

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