Attorney posts bond for DUI death of Pueblo man
A prominent attorney was released on $250,000 bond after being arraigned for a drunken driving incident that killed a man from San Felipe Pueblo in New Mexico.

Carlos William Fierro, 36, failed three field sobriety tests, a prosecutor said in court. He also initially denied having any drinks when police pulled him over in the early morning hours of November 26.

Fierro is charged with vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of a fatal accident for the death of Robert Tenorio, 46. A large group of his family and friends attended the arraignment yesterday.

"I knew we had a lot of support," his daughter Dianna Tenorio told The Albuquerque Journal. "My dad has many friends ... This is making things a little easier."

Get the Story:
DA: Fierro at first denied drinking (The Santa Fe New Mexican 12/2)
Attorney Arraigned in Hit-Run (The Albuquerque Journal 12/2)

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