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  • Officer Dead offender given probation.

    http://abclocal.go.com/ktrk/story?se...cal&id=7092118

    HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A young man who pleaded guilty to the murder of an elderly woman has received probation.
    Raziel Munoz was sentenced to 10 years of probation for the murder of 78-year-old Velia Ortega. The sentence was reached due to a plea deal.

    Munoz was the getaway driver in the July 2008 drive-by shooting. Earlier this week, Bruno Avilas and Andrew Garcia were tried and convicted for the murder. Avilas was sentenced to 99 years, while Garcia was sentenced to 70 years.

    Ortega died a few weeks after the shooting. She was Houston's first female Hispanic police officer.

    Tell me this DA is going to hoist himself on his own petard!

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    Limited information but I assume he witnessed against the shooters? If this man is truly a punk then he will violate probation and get his 10yrs re-instated. So if he makes it 5yrs ok on probation and then fails, does he get cretit for the 5yrs time served or does he get the full 10 after he did the 5 probation. Just wondered how that works.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by David Hineline View Post
      Limited information but I assume he witnessed against the shooters? If this man is truly a punk then he will violate probation and get his 10yrs re-instated. So if he makes it 5yrs ok on probation and then fails, does he get cretit for the 5yrs time served or does he get the full 10 after he did the 5 probation. Just wondered how that works.
      No. Whatever the amount of time served on probation does not apply to probation violation or a new charge (if said punk does break the law again) - for whatever pre-sentence time he does serve in jail before his court hearings are the only things applied as well as his new charge and a jail term if he served some time in addition.

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      • #4
        No. Whatever the amount of time served on probation does not apply to probation violation or a new charge (if said punk does break the law again) - for whatever pre-sentence time he does serve in jail before his court hearings are the only things applied as well as his new charge and a jail term if he served some time in addition.
        Give him a year or two, he'll make another house call to the local PD and get reacquainted. . . !

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        • #5
          Or perhaps if MS Ortega's grandchildren could get a little street justice...that would be nice too...allegedly
          A .308 can do wonders from down the block...hypothetically speaking
          "I don't go on "I'maworthlesscumdumpster.com" and post negative **** about cum dumpsters."
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          "and we all know you are a poser and a p*ssy.... "
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Raiden View Post
            Give him a year or two, he'll make another house call to the local PD and get reacquainted. . . !
            I give it less - we call these guys, back-burners (because they are just placed on the back-burner on the stoves) "waiting to be violated" because of their intelligent decisions

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            • #7
              No doubt he flipped the other two to get them what they deserved, but still! I guess that's just the way the judicial has to roll these days, doesn't mean I understand it or like it. I kind of like the .308 idea, hypothetically speaking you know

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              • #8
                Welcome to Houston. I recently had a FELONY charge dropped to a $50 dollar misd. and time served. This tool served as witness against his partners and when he makes another mistake he will have to serve the entire 10yrs.
                "You can't handcuff me, I'm a college graduate!"
                (Smurfette)

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                • #9
                  It's not just Houston, I think it's happening everywhere. I had a felony assault (he choked her twice during the assault) get dropped to a misdemeanor and he only got a year probation.

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