Mexican judge cuts ammo charge against US trucker

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File- In this July 5, 2012 file photo, attorney Emilio de La Rosa, left, and forensics expert Mario Gomez, right, talk to a customs and court officials at the Las Americas Bridge in Juarez, Mexico while doing a reconstruction of the events that lead to the arrest of trucker Jabin Bogan. Bogan was taken into custody April 17, 2012 with 268,000 bullets in Mexico. A Mexican appeals judge on Thursday significantly lessened the charge Bogan who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico. (AP Photo/ Juan Carlos Llorca, File)A Mexican appeals judge on Thursday significantly lessened the charge against a Dallas truck driver who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico with a trailer full of ammunition, a decision his attorney said may result in a fine or community service instead of a potential 30-year prison sentence.

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