Mono County D.A. decides to not seek death penalty in People v. Correa-Vasquez

Josue Aldalberto Corea-Vasquez suspect in October 2016 murder

Mono County D.A. decides to not seek death penalty in People v. Correa-Vasquez

After a three year investigation, on January 30, 2020, the Mono County District Attorney’s Office, with the assistance of the Mammoth Lakes Police Department,  and the Mono County Sheriff’s Department, arrested 28 year-old Josue Adalberto Corea-Vasquez of Mammoth Lakes for the 2016 murder of Mammoth Lakes resident Jose Omar Hernandez Sanchez, also known as Omar Hernandez

 

 

Decision to Seek or Not Seek Death in People v Correa-Vasquez.docx
 

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3 Responses to Mono County D.A. decides to not seek death penalty in People v. Correa-Vasquez

  1. Steve April 30, 2020 at 4:46 pm #

    Page 2?

     
    • Charles James April 30, 2020 at 6:11 pm #

      Steve, it’s a pdf. If you place your cursor at the bottom of the document, a gray ribbon appears with arrows for up and down. Same thing with a tablet. Tap on your tablet screen towards the bottom of the document and the ribbon will show up. Let me know if you still have a problem with it and I’ll look for another solution. I’ll also go back into the article and add a hyperlink at the top of the page to the D.A.’s website page where the press release is found.
      Pg. 2: the maximum of life in prison without the possibility of parole. In balancing the crime with the information that was gathered, sentencing to life in prison outweighed death.
      Discussion with victim’s family was critical to this decision and although the murder of the victim will never be understood, showing compassion and not moving forward with a lengthy process will allow the family to heal and move forward.

       
      • Steve April 30, 2020 at 8:35 pm #

        Got it. Thanks!

         

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