Reversal in forgery, ID theft case for Willmar immigrant
WILLMAR -- The Minnesota Court of Appeals has reversed a Willmar woman's conviction for aggravated forgery and identity theft because the district court should have suppressed biographical evidence gathered by agents from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and later used by local investigators in the state case against her.
The appeals court, in a published opinion issued Tuesday, reversed the convictions of Iris Janeth Maldonado-Arr-eaga.
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