New Evidence Revealed in Ovidio Guzmán Recordings: Prosecutors Make Announcement

The presence of Ovidio Guzmán in his trial hearing in the United States on March 18 marked a milestone in the legal process he is facing. Prosecutors continue to collect evidence, while his legal team reviews the recordings against Guzmán. This case continues to generate international attention and debate about his trial in the U.S., along with his father, Joaquín Guzmán Loera.

During the hearing, Ovidio Guzmán, also known as ‘El Raton’, was present in the same venue where his legal process is taking place in the United States. This, alongside the presiding judge in his case, Sharon Johnson Coleman, who had previously notified Guzmán of the charges against him in Chicago. This presence marks a crucial point in the case’s development, which has garnered international attention due to the accused’s family ties.

New evidence collected against the son of Joaquín Guzmán Loera is being revealed, with prosecutors continuing to gather recordings from phone monitoring. These recordings will be presented to Ovidio Guzmán’s legal team, led by attorney Jeffrey Lichtman, who previously defended Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. The process indicates a meticulous legal strategy and complex judicial proceedings ahead.

As the trial progresses, efforts are being made to avoid a heavier sentence against ‘El Raton’. The presentation of evidence during Guzmán’s trial is expected to be destroyed by authorities at the end of the legal process. This measure adds urgency and relevance to the current stages of the trial, considering the precautions taken into account for ‘Los Chapitos’.

The next hearing for Ovidio Guzmán is scheduled for June 17 of this year. However, the evidence against the drug trafficker’s son will not be disclosed, indicating that the legal process is ongoing and expected to continue for several more months. The presence of security experts and legal analysts in the media coverage of this case highlights its significance for U.S. justice and the fight against organized crime internationally.

There is speculation about whether Ovidio Guzmán may cooperate with authorities, with the possibility of not betraying his family members. This uncertainty adds an element of speculation about the direction the case will take in the coming months. Expert Guillermo Alberto Hidalgo noted that Guzmán may choose not to incriminate his relatives due to family ties.