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508 U.S. 147 (1993) EL VOCERO de PUERTO RICO et al. v. PUERTO RICO et al. No. 92-949. United States Supreme Court. Decided May 17, 1993. ON PETITION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE SUPREME COURT OF PUERTO RICO*148 Per Curiam.Under the Puerto Rico Rules of Criminal Procedure, an accused felon is entitled to a hearing to determine if he shall be held for trial. P. R. Laws Ann., Tit. 34, App. II, Rule 23 (1991). A neutral magistrate presides over the hearing, People v. Opio Opio, 104 P. R. R. (4 Official Translations 231, 239) (1975), […]
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