Cristhian Bahena Rivera Hearing For New Trial – Deputy David Wiebold – Iowa Co Sheriff’s Office

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Attorneys for Convicted Murderer Cristhian Bahena Rivera Argue for New Trial in Killing of Mollie Tibbetts


Deputy David Wiebold – Iowa Co Sheriff’s Office

Cristhian Bahena Rivera stands to face a judge at the commencement of a court proceeding on July 27, 2021.

A hearing on Tuesday to determine whether convicted murderer Cristhian Bahena Rivera deserves a new trial in the 2018 killing of Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts included testimony from law enforcement agents who were in some instances loathe to the fact that the defense was calling their assessments into question.

Bahena Rivera’s attorneys, Chad Frese and Jennifer Frese, recently filed motions for a new trial and to arrest a judgment of conviction against the defendant. Bahena Rivera has yet to be sentenced because his defense team says new tips provided to law enforcement toward the conclusion of his trial warrant a reexamination of the case.



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