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Albuquerque, NM – Yesterday, District Judge Stan Whitaker imposed an additional 24 years of incarceration on convicted human trafficker Wallace Carson. The Office of the Attorney General successfully investigated and prosecuted Mr. Carson’s case. The additional time was imposed under New Mexico's "Habitual Offender Enhancement" laws. Judge Whitaker found that Mr. Carson was a "habitual offender" with two prior felony convictions from Texas. This finding requires Mr. Carson to serve an additional four years on every felony of which he was convicted last spring.

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