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Santa Fe, NM - This week, the New Mexico Supreme Court agreed with arguments by the Office
of the Attorney General and issued an opinion affirming the first-degree murder conviction of
violent repeat offender Dorall Smith. The victim was Smith's ex-girlfriend. Smith had a
threatening confrontation with the victim the day before the murder and repeatedly called and
texted her the night of the murder. Her body was then discovered the next morning at her
Albuquerque apartment. She had been stabbed approximately 90 times in a prolonged and
extensive attack. DNA evidence placed the defendant at the scene.

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