“I’m disappointed the city is putting more resources into fighting the will of the people than it would take to implement the will of the people,” said Craig O’Hare, a 22-year city resident who is among those who filed suit.
Panel says SFPD officer’s shooting was justified, federal judge rebukes APD, and a UNM team competes for a national championship tomorrow.
In just a single day of deliberation after a trial that lasted more than two weeks, a Santa Fe jury convicted the former senator and veteran of 19 legislative sessions of five crimes Thursday evening.
“This is the first concrete example that the state is trying to sell you a load,” attorney Tom Clark told jurors.
“I probably should have abstained. If I had done that I probably wouldn’t be sitting here today,” Griego said.
About Matt Grubs
Matt keeps his eyes on state and local government. He's been covering New Mexico since 2002 and is addicted to skiing, mountain biking and chile.