MURRIETA (CNS) - The prosecution is expected to rest this week in the trial of a convicted felon accused of shooting a possible gang rival during a dispute outside a Moreno Valley bar, leaving the victim partially paralyzed. Travis Mitchell Hicks, 30, of Los Angeles could face more than 30 years in state prison if convicted of the 2018 attack in front of the S Bar & Grill in the 23500 block of Sunnymead Ranch Parkway. Hicks is charged with attempted murder, firearm assault, being a felon in possession of a gun and sentence-enhancing gun and great bodily injury allegations -- including an allegation of committing an assault resulting in paralysis of the victim. Trial testimony got underway in the middle of last week but was stopped because of the New Year's holiday. Jurors re
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