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On the Docket 09-21-11

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By Carol A. Clark

Sept. 1

Brandy Marisol-Archuleta, 34, of Española pleaded not guilty in Municipal Court to one count of driving on an expired registration and four counts of failure to appear in court and failure to pay fines. Judge Alan Kirk found Marisol-Archuleta guilty of all charges and sentenced her to pay a $70 fine for driving on an expired registration and for two counts of failure to appear in court and failure to pay fines. The judge deferred for 30 days Marisol-Archuleta’s remaining two counts of failure to appear in court and failure to pay fines. He also charged her a $100 bench warrant fee.  
 
Sept. 8

Michael Sandoval, 30, of Los Alamos pleaded not guilty in Magistrate Court to one count of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs and one count of driving on roadways laned for traffic. Judge Pat Casados found Sandoval guilty on both counts and sentenced him to supervised probation for an unspecified term, alcohol screening and to attend an alcohol treatment program, to attend DWI school and a victim impact panel and to install an interlock device on his vehicle. The judge also ordered Sandoval to pay $322 in court costs and fees and a $25 monthly probation fee.

Lisa Lowe, 21, of Los Alamos pleaded guilty in Municipal Court to one count of failure to appear in court and three counts of failure to pay fines. Judge Alan Kirk sentenced Lowe to pay a $50 fine and a $46 fee for each count as well as a $100 bench warrant fee.

Sept. 16

Brandon May, 20, of Los Alamos pleaded nolo contendere in Magistrate Court to the charge of using a telephone to terrify, intimidate, threaten, annoy or offend. The court accepted the plea as an admission of guilt for the purposes of this action only and Judge Pat Casados sentenced May to 364 days of supervised probation and to attend a screening and treatment program. The judge also ordered May to pay $73 in court costs and fees and a $25 monthly probation fee.