Fighting for Mom 

Tucson musician Miguel Carter and his two brothers don't understand how their 65-year-old mother was convicted of two felonies, but they're hoping and praying for justice through an appeal

Tucson musician Miguel Carter and his two brothers don't understand how their 65-year old mother was convicted of two felonies, but they're hoping and praying for justice through an appeal. There's a slice of desert off state Highway 79 heading from Catalina…

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