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This profile was last updated on 2/12/05  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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WMICentral - National News
www.wmicentral.com, 12 Feb 2005 [cached]
Judge to Decide Bail Issue in Killing ; The Judge is Expected to Rule Today in the Case of Brandon Mills, Who is Charged With Murder.
WMICentral - National News
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Judge to Decide Bail Issue in Killing ; The Judge is Expected to Rule Today in the Case of Brandon Mills, Who is Charged With Murder.
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A judge will be asked to decide today whether there is enough evidence to support a murder charge against Brandon Mills, who was arrested last year in the stabbing of a Portland teenager in his Congress Street apart- ment.
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Mills, 20, and his brother Antwane, 18, were indicted on murder charges in the Oct. 21 killing of Jarmaine Ramirez.
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At that time, Assistant Attorney General Lisa Marchese said the case against Brandon Mills would continue.
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If Warren believes there is probable cause, Mills will be virtually ineligible for bail.If the judge is not convinced, Mills could be released while he awaits trial.
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The evidence against Mills is strong.
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They also saw him leave and return in different clothes a few minutes later with a man later identified as his brother, Brandon.
The two men were seen at the door of Ramirez's apartment, and Brandon Mills reportedly struggled with Ramirez.
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Police have never found a knife, and Brandon Mills was not known to carry one.
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If Warren finds probable cause against Brandon Mills, he still has the power to grant bail.
The Citizens Voice - National News
www.nepanews.com, 12 Feb 2005 [cached]
Judge: No Bail for Suspect in City Stabbing ; Brandon Mills, 20, Faces a Murder Charge in the Oct. 21 Killing of Jarmaine Ramirez, 16, of Portland.
The Citizens Voice - National News
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Judge: No Bail for Suspect in City Stabbing ; Brandon Mills, 20, Faces a Murder Charge in the Oct. 21 Killing of Jarmaine Ramirez, 16, of Portland.
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Prosecutors have enough proof to hold Brandon Mills without bail while he awaits trial on a murder charge, even though there may be weaknesses in the state's case against him, a judge ruled Friday.
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The state has met the "low standard" of probable cause to support a murder charge against Mills, Superior Court Justice Thomas Warren said.
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Warren also said there could be questions about whether Mills had the state of mind to commit murder, which is necessary to prove under Maine law.
"There is no evidence I heard at which you infer that at the time (Mills) arrived at 223 Congress St., that he intended to commit murder," Warren said.
But Warren said the state does not have to show premeditation on Mills' part to win a conviction, because intent to commit murder can be formed in an instant.Therefore, he said, there was enough uncontested evidence to support a murder charge, and to deny Mills bail before his trial.
Warren's ruling came after an unusually thorough bail hearing, during which most of the witnesses against Mills were questioned by the prosecution and defense.
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The victim's brother and sister testified that Brandon Mills was fighting with Ramirez, who called out, "I've been stabbed," and fell to the ground.
Ottumwa Courier - National News
www.ottumwacourier.com, 11 Feb 2005 [cached]
Judge to Decide Bail Issue in Killing ; The Judge is Expected to Rule Today in the Case of Brandon Mills, Who is Charged With Murder.
Ottumwa Courier - National News
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Judge to Decide Bail Issue in Killing ; The Judge is Expected to Rule Today in the Case of Brandon Mills, Who is Charged With Murder.
...
A judge will be asked to decide today whether there is enough evidence to support a murder charge against Brandon Mills, who was arrested last year in the stabbing of a Portland teenager in his Congress Street apart- ment.
Click Here!> >
Mills, 20, and his brother Antwane, 18, were indicted on murder charges in the Oct. 21 killing of Jarmaine Ramirez.
...
At that time, Assistant Attorney General Lisa Marchese said the case against Brandon Mills would continue.
...
If Warren believes there is probable cause, Mills will be virtually ineligible for bail.If the judge is not convinced, Mills could be released while he awaits trial.
...
The evidence against Mills is strong.
...
They also saw him leave and return in different clothes a few minutes later with a man later identified as his brother, Brandon.
The two men were seen at the door of Ramirez's apartment, and Brandon Mills reportedly struggled with Ramirez.
...
Police have never found a knife, and Brandon Mills was not known to carry one.
...
If Warren finds probable cause against Brandon Mills, he still has the power to grant bail.
Ottumwa Courier - National News
www.ottumwacourier.com, 12 Feb 2005 [cached]
Judge: No Bail for Suspect in City Stabbing ; Brandon Mills, 20, Faces a Murder Charge in the Oct. 21 Killing of Jarmaine Ramirez, 16, of Portland.
Ottumwa Courier - National News
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Judge: No Bail for Suspect in City Stabbing ; Brandon Mills, 20, Faces a Murder Charge in the Oct. 21 Killing of Jarmaine Ramirez, 16, of Portland.
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Prosecutors have enough proof to hold Brandon Mills without bail while he awaits trial on a murder charge, even though there may be weaknesses in the state's case against him, a judge ruled Friday.
Click Here!> >
The state has met the "low standard" of probable cause to support a murder charge against Mills, Superior Court Justice Thomas Warren said.
...
Warren also said there could be questions about whether Mills had the state of mind to commit murder, which is necessary to prove under Maine law.
"There is no evidence I heard at which you infer that at the time (Mills) arrived at 223 Congress St., that he intended to commit murder," Warren said.
But Warren said the state does not have to show premeditation on Mills' part to win a conviction, because intent to commit murder can be formed in an instant.Therefore, he said, there was enough uncontested evidence to support a murder charge, and to deny Mills bail before his trial.
Warren's ruling came after an unusually thorough bail hearing, during which most of the witnesses against Mills were questioned by the prosecution and defense.
...
The victim's brother and sister testified that Brandon Mills was fighting with Ramirez, who called out, "I've been stabbed," and fell to the ground.
The Times Herald - National News
www.timesherald.com, 13 Feb 2005 [cached]
Judge: No Bail for Suspect in City Stabbing ; Brandon Mills, 20, Faces a Murder Charge in the Oct. 21 Killing of Jarmaine Ramirez, 16, of Portland.
The Times Herald - National News
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> Judge: No Bail for Suspect in City Stabbing ; Brandon Mills, 20, Faces a Murder Charge in the Oct. 21 Killing of Jarmaine Ramirez, 16, of Portland.
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Prosecutors have enough proof to hold Brandon Mills without bail while he awaits trial on a murder charge, even though there may be weaknesses in the state's case against him, a judge ruled Friday.
Click Here!> >
The state has met the "low standard" of probable cause to support a murder charge against Mills, Superior Court Justice Thomas Warren said.
...
Warren also said there could be questions about whether Mills had the state of mind to commit murder, which is necessary to prove under Maine law.
"There is no evidence I heard at which you infer that at the time (Mills) arrived at 223 Congress St., that he intended to commit murder," Warren said.
But Warren said the state does not have to show premeditation on Mills' part to win a conviction, because intent to commit murder can be formed in an instant.Therefore, he said, there was enough uncontested evidence to support a murder charge, and to deny Mills bail before his trial.
Warren's ruling came after an unusually thorough bail hearing, during which most of the witnesses against Mills were questioned by the prosecution and defense.
...
The victim's brother and sister testified that Brandon Mills was fighting with Ramirez, who called out, "I've been stabbed," and fell to the ground.
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