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#JuicioProcés: Statements by police commanders (part II)

Originally published in Spanish: #JuicioProcés: Las declaraciones de los mandos policiales (Parte II) Hay Derecho 18. 03. 2019 This fifth week of trial has been truly intense. Castellví, the former head of information at the Mossos, was the next to declare, and he was more much nuanced than the previous Friday, suspected of being under pressures […]

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#JuicioProcés: Statements by police commanders and bench refereeing

Originally published in Spanish: #JuicioProcés: Las declaraciones de los mandos policiales y la policía de estrados . Hay Derecho 11. 03. 2019 Statements by police commanders. We can safely assert that only this fourth week since the beginning of the trial to the “procés” the actual trial has begun. We leave in the memory the statements […]

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#JuicioProcés: statements by defendants, witnesses and the inviolability strategy

Originally published in Spanish: #JuicioProcés: las declaraciones de acusados, testigos, y la estrategia de la inviolabilidad . Hay Derecho 25 Feb 2019 Last Monday we launched the series of pieces on the trial to the Catalan “procés” to clarify why the Supreme Court is the competent authority to know about the case, by examining the defense […]

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#JuicioProcés: The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, the strategies of the defendants and the yellow ribbons

Originally published in Spanish: #JuicioProcés: La competencia del TS, las estrategias de defensa y los lazos amarillos . Hay Derecho 18 february, 2019 On February 3 we announced our intention to tell the story of the “Trial of the Procés” (more precisely, the trial of the acts committed by some people in the aforementioned process), and […]

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