Michael Koester, involved in a 2022 fatal shooting of Raul Gallegos during a family dispute in Albuquerque, has pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter. Koester, originally charged with first-degree murder, now faces five years of supervised probation instead of prison time. The decision was influenced by Gallegos being armed with brass knuckles during the altercation, creating a self-defense argument. The tragic incident was sparked by a teenage encounter, escalating into a fight that resulted in Koester fatally shooting Gallegos. The sentencing hearing is yet to be scheduled, as per court records. Read the full article for additional details.