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    Joseph Andrew Perez - California


    Joseph Andrew Perez


    Facts of the Crime:

    Sentenced to death in Contra Costa County on January 25, 2002 for the murder of 46-year-old Janet Daher, a Lafayette woman, during a March 24, 1998 robbery.

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    Fully briefed on direct appeal since January 24, 2014.

    http://appellatecases.courtinfo.ca.g...5SMCAgCg%3D%3D

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    On May 10, 2017, Perez filed a habeas petition before the California Supreme Court..

    http://appellatecases.courtinfo.ca.g...xTQCAgCg%3D%3D

    On November 7, 2017, oral argument will be heard in Perez's direct appeal before the California Supreme Court.

    http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/c...s/SNOV717A.PDF

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    State High Court Upholds Death Penalty In 1998 Murder Of Lafayette Woman

    By Bay City News Service

    The California Supreme Court in San Francisco today unanimously upheld a death sentence for the murder of a Lafayette woman during a robbery of her home in 1998.

    Joseph Perez, now 46, was convicted in Contra Costa County Superior Court in 2001 of the murder of Janet Daher on the afternoon of March 24, 1998, as well as burglary, robbery of her jewelry and theft of her Mercedes Benz car.

    He was sentenced to death by Judge Peter Spinetta in January 2002.

    Perez was one of three men charged and convicted of the murder. According to defendant Maury O'Brien, who became a prosecution witness, the trio originally planned to rob a drug dealer in Fairfield but instead, after snorting cocaine, got off BART in Lafayette and decided to rob one of the upscale houses in the neighborhood.

    They entered the house Daher shared with her husband and teenage daughters through an open garage door and found her painting watercolors in the kitchen, where Perez knocked her to the floor. O'Brien testified that after he mentioned the name of the third assailant, Lee Snyder, Perez said they had to kill Daher.

    Snyder and Perez took Daher to her bedroom, strangled her with a telephone cord and Perez additionally stabbed her multiple times, according to the trial testimony.

    The high court rejected a series of appeal claims by Perez, including arguments of errors in jury selection, an alleged conflict of interest by his defense lawyer, and flaws in California's death penalty law.

    Perez can appeal further through a habeas corpus petition in the federal court system. His lawyer on appeal, Richard Ellis, was away from his office today and not available for comment.

    Snyder, who was 17 at the time of the murder, was convicted and sentenced in 2001 to life in prison without parole.

    O'Brien pleaded guilty to murder and was sentenced in 2007 to 25 years to life in prison.

    https://www.sfgate.com/news/bayarea/...8-12721481.php
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    In today's United States Supreme Court orders, Perez's petition for a writ of certiorari on direct appeal was DENIED.

    Lower Ct: Supreme Court of California
    Case Numbers: (S104144)
    Decision Date: March 1, 2018
    Rehearing Denied: May 16, 2018

    https://www.supremecourt.gov/search....c/18-5399.html

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    Contra Costa killer is fourth to die on San Quentin’s death row since early November



    Convicted killer Joseph A. Perez, Jr., who was on California’s death row from Contra Costa County, was found unresponsive Tuesday in his cell at San Quentin State Prison and later died, making him the second Bay Area killer to die on death row in barely more than a month, prison officials said.

    Perez was found about 9:11 p.m. Tuesday. Emergency lifesaving measures were immediately started but Perez was pronounced dead at 9:21 p.m.

    An autopsy will be conducted to determine his cause of death.

    Officials said Perez was sentenced to death in Contra Costa County on Jan. 25, 2002, for the March 24, 1998, murder of Janet Daher, 46, who was strangled and stabbed in her Lafayette home during a home-invasion robbery. Perez had been on California’s death row since Jan. 25, 2002.

    Perez was the second condemned inmate at San Quentin to die in a two-day span, and the fourth to die since early November. Herminio Serra, who was convicted by a Santa Clara County jury of three murders in 1997, was found dead in his cell Monday evening. The cause of his death is still being investigated.

    Southern California serial killer Andrew Urdiales, who was convicted of eight murders earlier this year, was found unresponsive late on Nov. 2, several weeks after he arrived on death row. Virendra Govin, convicted of killing four members of a family in 2002, took his life nearly two days later.

    Since 1978, when California reinstated capital punishment, 79 condemned inmates have died from natural causes, 25 have committed suicide, 13 have been executed in California, one was executed in Missouri, one was executed in Virginia, 11 have died from other causes and four – including Perez – are pending a cause of death. There are currently 740 offenders on California’s death row.

    https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2018/12...eath-row-cell/
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    Awesome news out of california these past few days! Keep em coming!

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