The Michoacano seeks to reverse the recent rulings that have denied regain his freedom. The founder of the self-defense of Michoacan, Jose Manuel Mireles Valverde, filed a petition for relief to combat refusal of judicial authorities to order the dismissal of the criminal case that keeps him prisoner for over two years in a supermax prison security.
Under No. 32/2016, the amparo was filed in the First Unitary Court of the Eleventh Circuit, based in Morelia, court personnel ZETA weekly reported. Demand for Mireles was taken against the magistrate of the Second Court Unit and both the Fifth District Judge of the State of Michoacan; but he was dismissed as to acts of Judge Seventh Circuit Court Unit Assistant Center Tercera Region, in Guadalajara, Jalisco.
As reported at the time, on June 28, 2016, the judicial authority mentioned ultimately decided to confirm the refusal of the Fifth District Judge, but did so in aid of the Second michoacano Unitary Tribunal, therefore can not have the character responsible authority.
Regarding the casting away by what he sees the court of Guadalajara, the court clarified that the magistrate Isidro Avelar Gutierrez only intervened to issue the resolution settled the appeal in aid of a court where there is a high workload to reduce the backlog. Supported demand guarantees against the court and federal court in Michoacan, the judge gave legal intervention under that corresponds to the prosecutor of the Federation attached; meanwhile, he requested the report justified the responsible authorities and has a holding of constitutional hearing August 22.
José Manuel Mireles Valverde, imprisoned for federal crimes since June 27, 2014, at the Federal Social Rehabilitation Center No. 11 in Hermosillo, Sonora, also is waiting for an injunction filed for lack of medical care, but the constitutional hearing has been delayed three times.