Tucson, Arizona 2021-07-29 13:32:02 –
Tucson, Arizona (KGUN) — Pima County Law Office (PCAO) has refused to prosecute a man involved in the deadly shooting of Rudolph’Rudi’Vega.
According to a PCAO statement, 31-year-old David Ribera March 4 Road Rage Incident It occurred near Valencia and the I-19 because it falls under Arizona’s gun control and self-defense laws.
“The law justifies a person’s use of deadly physical force.” A reasonable person uses or uses another person’s or illegal deadly physical force. If you believe that you need immediate physical force to protect yourself from your attempts. “
The PCAO further stated that not seeking prosecution is legally and ethically bound if self-defense is claimed and if the facts support the claim.
That day, police officers contacted Rivera in response to reports of the shooting at around 2 pm.
After talking to him, officers learned that he was involved in a road anger situation. As the two vehicles continued to drive in Valencia, Vega in the passenger seat of the other vehicle was shot.
Vega died the next day at a local hospital.
According to police, after the shooting, Rivera pulled and waited for the police.
Rivera was booked in Pima County Prison and charged with a weighted assault with a deadly weapon.
“After meeting Rudy’s family twice, we are deeply saddened by their loss. We are very sorry for their pain,” said Laura Conover, a lawyer in Pima County. “Until or unless the Arizona Parliament revisits gun control and self-defense legislation, PCAOs can only operate under existing legal frameworks.”
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