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Judge grants Cain Velasquez $1 million bail pending trial for attempted murder

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Cain Velasquez was released on bail by a Santa Clara County court. On Tuesday, Judge Artur Bocanegra approved the motion of Velasquez’s lawyers. Velázquez’s two previous petitions were rejected by the court.

Conditions for Velasquez’s release include $1 million bail, GPS-monitored house arrest, outpatient treatment for head injuries, counseling, and a protection order to stay at least 300 yards away from alleged victims Harry Goularte, Patricia Goulart and Paul Bender.

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“Mr. Velasquez, I would not have released you if I had not been convinced that, finally, release at this time, eight months later, that you would be a danger to Harry Goulart, in the first place, Patricia Goulart or Paul Bender or the public” , the judge said. Bocanegra said.

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“But if you are as devoted as a husband and father, I must believe, and I am sure that he will not endanger anything that could take away from your son, your daughter or your family. I hope you don’t prove me wrong. .”

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On March 2, Velázquez was formally charged with one count of attempted murder in the first degree, along with nine other assault and weapon charges. allegedly rammed a car and shot him February 28 in California. The car reportedly sheltered Harry Goulart Jr. Gularte was released on bail amid allegations that he molested a close relative of Velázquez. The unintended target, Goulart’s stepfather, is said to have been shot and suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

A trial date has not yet been set.



Source: www.cbssports.com

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