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ALBUQUERQUE, NM -- Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that the 2002 convictions of Jesse Lawrence Lente were upheld by the New Mexico Supreme Court, after the Office of the Attorney General successfully fought to overturn a district court decision to vacate some of Lente’s convictions. Lente was originally convicted of raping and molesting his step-daughter beginning when she was in the second grade and continuing over a period of years, occuring two to three times a week during that time period.

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