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  • Attorney Parisi gets late assignment, needs time to review evidence

    Attorney Linda Parisi, assigned to the case after the Sacramento County Public Defender’s Office declared a conflict, asked for time to review the evidence. Parisi told reporters that she planned to review police reports and “evaluate the situation,” calling the deadly incident “truly tragic. It’s a very difficult situation.” Salvador Vasquez-Oliva will return to court Tuesday, April 18, 2017 for further arraignment.

Attorney Linda Parisi, assigned to the case after the Sacramento County Public Defender’s Office declared a conflict, asked for time to review the evidence. Parisi told reporters that she planned to review police reports and “evaluate the situation,” calling the deadly incident “truly tragic. It’s a very difficult situation.” Salvador Vasquez-Oliva will return to court Tuesday, April 18, 2017 for further arraignment. Paul Kitagaki The Sacramento Bee
Attorney Linda Parisi, assigned to the case after the Sacramento County Public Defender’s Office declared a conflict, asked for time to review the evidence. Parisi told reporters that she planned to review police reports and “evaluate the situation,” calling the deadly incident “truly tragic. It’s a very difficult situation.” Salvador Vasquez-Oliva will return to court Tuesday, April 18, 2017 for further arraignment. Paul Kitagaki The Sacramento Bee
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Documents: Vasquez-Oliva used blunt-force instrument, knife in quadruple homicide

March 28, 2017 11:24 AM

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