Attorney Marc Grano in his office

In fulfilling its constitutional role, a preliminary hearing “operates as a screening device to prevent hasty and unwise prosecutions and to save an innocent accused from the humiliation and anxiety of a public prosecution.” State ex. Rel. Whitehead v. Vescovi-Dial, 1997-NMCA-126, ¶6. 124 N.M. 375, 950 P.2d 818.

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