9 June 2018

The National High Court refuses to transfer the case of Tamara Carrasco to the Catalan courts


The National High Court judge hearing the case against Tamara Carrasco denies her a permit to leave her town to visit her mother, who lives in Sant Vicenç dels Horts and has broken a leg. He also denies the request to transfer the case to the Catalan Examining Magistrate’s Courts, which would be the competent courts to investigate a case for a crime of public disturbance, because the judge considers it necessary to wait until the investigations have been completed.

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