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Leo Aldridge joins Telemundo’s “Rayos X” team

As of next Tuesday, January 31, the attorney Leo Aldridge joins the team of the “Rayos X” program, which is broadcast by Telemundowhich includes journalists Yolanda Velez Arcelay, Valeria Collazo Cañizares, Shaina Caban Cortes, Adriana De Jesus Salaman Y Jose Carlos Sanchez Cintronthus completing the team of researchers of the program that broadcasts every Tuesday at 10:00 p.m.

“I am very excited about the opportunity offered to me by Telemundo and the producer Tony Mojena of joining the X-Ray team, sharing again on the air with my partner Yolanda Vélez Arcelay, and calmly exploring legal issues as part of the offer that the program provides weekly. Many people have been kind enough to communicate their appreciation for my work on television and, now, I can continue doing that work from another format and more focused on the legal issue,” said Aldridge through a press release, who would be integrating into the program starting Tuesday, January 31.

Since its inception in 2015, the content and objective of the “Rayos X” investigative program has been to bring out the truth of the events, without agendas and without contemplation. Each investigation, interview and report carried out by its production team has managed to clearly expose the truth of the facts.

“For us it is an honor to work with a team of professionals that strengthens the work we have been doing for years. Without a doubt, the inclusion of the experienced attorney Aldridge comes to reinforce and continue the commitment of a group of experts who work for a better Puerto Rico”indicated Mojena, for his part.

Aldridge is a criminal lawyer admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Puerto Rico and New York. Over the years he has represented hundreds of people facing an amalgamation of criminal charges in state and federal courts in those two jurisdictions. Previously, he served as a federal public defender in the district of Puerto Rico. He was also a public defender in Brooklyn for several years.

Aldridge, who has previously worked for various television programs in both TeleOnce like in wapa televisionbegan his legal career as a legal officer for the then Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Federico Hernández Denton, and is a contributor to specialized publications on federal criminal law in the United States.

Previously, he was a member of the board of directors of Legal Services, in Puerto Rico, and of the Center for Constitutional Rights, in New York. He is a graduate of Boston College, the University of Puerto Rico School of Law, Magna Cum Laude, and an LL.M. from Temple University School of Law, Magna Cum Laude.

Prior to practicing law, he worked as a journalist for important print publications in Puerto Rico and was vice president of the Puerto Rico Journalists Association (Asppro).

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