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Albert J. Mitchell Jr.

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Local Address: New Mexico, United States

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    Cohn High School
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In his ruling, Judge ..., 17 April 2014 [cached]
In his ruling, Judge Albert Mitchell found that Muziwokuthula "Muzi" Madondo's state and federal rights had been violated after his requests for an attorney as well as his request not speak to the police had been ignored.
Mitchell, who will preside over that trial, ruled on Monday that "the oral and video statements of the defendant are suppressed".
According to the ruling, Mitchell found that Madondo had twice asked for an attorney. "At no time did the defendant waive his right to counsel or his right to remain silent. The defendant clearly articulated on two occasions to law enforcement officials who were holding him in custody, both Texas and New Mexico officials, that he wanted a lawyer and did not want to speak." Mitchell ruled that the subsequent interview with Madondo was a violation of both his state and federal rights to an attorney and to remain silent. Mitchell rejected an application by Madondo's lawyer Roger Bargas to have the search warrant used to search Madondo and his van at the time of his arrest declared invalid.
Mitchell said Bargas had argued that the statements obtained from Madondo "were based upon the utilisation of the Bible, and therefore should be suppressed as fruit of the poisonous tree".
Mitchell said that argument was not rele­vant since he was suppressing the video and oral evidence as Madondo's rights to an attorney and to remain silent had been ignored.
It is in the video and oral statements suppressed by Mitchell, that Madondo allegedly confessed to the murder of FirstMerit Bank executive Jacquelyn Hilder (60).
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Tenth District Judge Albert ..., 22 Oct 2013 [cached]
Tenth District Judge Albert Mitchell later recused himself from the case.
A Tucumcari district attorney told the ..., 31 May 2013 [cached]
A Tucumcari district attorney told the Albuquerque Journal ( Thursday that District Judge Albert Mitchell agreed to allow Double V Ranch owner Richard Evans to sell the herd to a buyer in Pampa, Texas.
At a hearing Thursday, Mitchell approved a plan, proposed by Evans, to sell the entire herd, Rose said.
Tucumcari district attorney told the ..., 30 May 2013 [cached]
Tucumcari district attorney told the Albuquerque Journal Thursday that District Judge Albert Mitchell agreed to allow Double V Ranch owner Richard Evans to sell the herd to ...
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