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Santa Fe, NM – Attorney General Hector Balderas announced two recent opinions released by the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, both agreeing with the Office of the Attorney General’s positions. This week, the Supreme Court issued a decision affirming the first-degree murder conviction of Deandre Gonzales for the May 29, 2014, murder of a sixteen-year-old victim in Hobbs and the Court of Appeals affirmed Arthur J. Mestas’ conviction for burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary at a Roswell Motel 6. According to, Mr. Mestas has a lengthy criminal history.

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