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Murder case against former New Mexico police officers ends in mistrial

The case against two former New Mexico police officers charged in the death of a homeless man ended in a mistrial Tuesday when jurors told the judge they were hopelessly deadlocked on the counts of second-degree murder. Judge Alisa Hadfield declared the mistrial after more than two days of deliberations...
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