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Juarez murder case dismissed for procedural flaw : Prosecutors refile within hours of decision, again charging 15-year-old as an adult with alleged involvement in stabbing


February 5, 2008 7:33 AM

A judge on Monday dismissed murder charges against Ricardo Juarez in connection with the alleged gang-related death of Luis "Angel" Linares in 2007,



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