Thursday, February 28, 2013

Justice served in Comal County Courtroom


Jury sentences Albert medellin to 99 years in prison for murder and 50 years for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Thank you Jenny Smith and Laura Bates for your hard work.

I am very glad for his poor victim that Mr. Medillin was found guilty for the assault and murder of Antonia Espinoza.

Perhaps now she can rest in peace.

The punishment phase continues today.

Jury finds Medellin guilty of murder, aggravated assault

By Dalondo Moultrie The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung
A Comal County jury made up of seven women and five men barely had time to catch their breath Wednesday after convicting a New Braunfels man of assaulting and killing his fiancée before hearing testimony in the penalty phase of the case.

Jurors found Albert Rodriguez Medellin guilty of one count each of murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon causing serious bodily injury against a household member. Jurors heard testimony beginning Feb. 20 until they began deliberations Tuesday.

They returned Wednesday morning for more discussions and appeared deadlocked that morning when they sent District Judge Jack Robison a note asking what they should do if they agreed unanimously on one charge but could come to no consensus on the second.

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