A federal grand jury on Tuesday handed down an indictment of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate for a pair of felony gun charges.
Last week, a San Francisco jury acquitted Zarate of murder and manslaughter in the 2015 shooting death of Steinle.
Months before Kate Steinle's murder, San Francisco authorities released Jose Zarate from custody, ignoring a request from federal authorities to turn him over to ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement).
The charges, being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition and possessing a firearm and ammunition as an illegal alien, could bring Zarate a 10-year prison sentence. However he has been in jail since the shooting on July 1, 2015 and will get credit for time served.
Defense lawyers for Garcia Zarate said Monday they will appeal the state charge for which he was convicted.
Garcia Zarate had been deported five times before the 2015 shooting.
Garcia Zarate said he found a gun under a chair on a San Francisco pier.
Defense attorneys for Garcia Zarate argued the gun, which had been stolen from the vehicle of a Bureau of Land Management ranger, was accidentally fired by Garcia Zarate.
Shockingly, the jury was not told that Zarate was a 7-time convicted felon when deciding his verdict. The defense said the weapon went off by accident, and the bullet ricocheted off the ground and traveled about 80 feet before hitting Steinle.
Gascón called out Trump, saying that "we shouldn't allow a madman that is tweeting dictate everything we do" when talking about the influence politics has had on the Steinle trial.
San Francisco is a so-called sanctuary city and local officials are limited in the cooperation they can give with federal deportation efforts.
San Francisco prohibits city law enforcement officers from asking about immigration status or detaining people exclusively on the basis of civil immigration detainers after they are eligible for release.
The Shield itself will retail for RMB 1,499 (£169) in the country, while the Nintendo titles will sell for RMB 68 (£7.67) each. Some of the company's older games from the discontinued Wii console will appear on the Nvidia Shield console in China.
This movement prompted millions of women to speak out about sexual assault and sexual harassment that they had experienced. He's best known for being the founder, chairman, and CEO of Amazon.com, the world's largest online shopping retailer.
The problem? In most parts of the United States, the amount of ISPs available are pitiful, and for many, there is only one option. He set up a website for people to check and report whether their name was improperly used for commenting.
He's expected to meet with the San Diego Padres on Wednesday after meeting with the Los Angeles Angels on Monday, per Rosenthal . The 23-year-old Japanese star faces a December 22 deadline to close a deal with the Major League Baseball team of his choice.
Saleh allied with the Houthis in the years after he was ousted from power in 2011but their relations frayed in recent months. He also called for the opening of the roads and crossings for relief boats to reach the city and for commercial traffic.
Caitlyn's father, also a soccer coach, reacted to the fact Rodriguez was a family friend and once an assistant coach on his staff. Officials at Fort White High School have suspended Rodriguez, who coached the boys soccer team at the north Florida school.
Mayfield threw for 386 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Sooners to a 31-16 win at Ohio State on September 9. Here are the 2017 Heisman finalists, with the victor set to be announced December 9 at 8 p.m.
It has also been revealed that the sixth season will be exclusively based on Robin Wright's character, Claire Underwood. Now that house of Cards is heading back into production, we can't wait to see how the final season plays out.
He was rushed to the Central Texas Medical Center immediately and was later pronounced dead around 3:50 p.m. A Texas police officer has died after being shot multiple times by a suspect while serving a warrant.
Conyers slid his hand up my skirt and rubbed my thighs while I was sitting next to him in the front row of a church", Grubbs said. Conyers", she said. "It will be Congressman John Conyers who decides what it is he is going to do".
An associated cold front will pass through the state Tuesday allowing Arctic air to infiltrate central IN mid-to-late week. LONG-RANGE RAIN CHANCE HIGHLIGHTS: Wednesday to Friday will feature at least a 50-60% chance for more needed rain.
World's largest Starbucks store to open in China
Like the location in Seattle, the Shanghai Roaster will feature menu items that can not be found at any other Starbucks location. Starbucks chains are viewed as upmarket destinations in China, enabling the company to extract more profits from them.
Trump defends scaling back Utah monuments
Canadian company Arc'teryx also opposed the move, donating $30,000 to a group challenging the legality of Trump's actions. Another lawsuit from three groups including the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology makes similar claims.
Evacuations in California as wildfires flare out of control
Thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes north of Los Angeles as a fast-moving wildfire rips through the area. Fire officials say the fire broke out Monday east of Santa Paula, which is about 60 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
Honor launches Honor 7X in UAE
Honor SuperCharge can charge the battery to 50 percent in just 30 minutes while operating at a low temperature and voltage. It will also be available in France, Germany, India, Italy, the US, Spain and Russian Federation at this time.
Willie Taggart leaving OR to be next Florida St
Florida State now has a replacement for coach Jimbo Fisher , hiring Oregon's Willie Taggart on Tuesday afternoon. McMurphy also cited sources saying returning to his home state of Florida was a factor in Taggart's decision.
Tiger Woods finishes 9th on comeback
Toxicology reports revealed a plethora of prescription drugs in his system at the time of the arrest, including pain killers. As far as his next tournament is concerned, Woods has not yet made a public commitment.
Opera conductor faces music over teen abuse
New York's Metropolitan Opera says it will look into allegations that Levine sexually abused a teenager in the mid-1980s. The report details a years-long account from a man who was 15 when the alleged abuse began in 1985.