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16:20

Local

Police officers who helped traffickers facing six years in jail

C. MÁRQUEZ.

The public prosecution is calling for six years and nine months behind bars for two Local Police officers in Marbella. They are accused of warning a drug trafficking gang (made up of 12 individuals specialising in the distribution of drugs on the C

12:19

Local

Julen's parents demand a jail sentence of three years and six months for landowner

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...court to sentence him to three and a half years in jail for manslaughter through negligence. This would be a longer sentence than that requested by the public prosecution, whose provisional conclusions about the case were that Serrano should be jailed ... lawyers, however, say they are very surprised by the parents' demand for a jail sentence of three years and six months. Antonio Flores, of Lawbird Legal Services, said this appears to be a wish for personal revenge, and points out that the parents

14:45

Opinion

Tempting, but not worth a jail sentence

Jennie Rhodes

...countries! Poetic justice, I thought. Until I looked into it and came across the aforementioned EU election fraud act. I decided not to risk a jail sentence for the sake of a vote and it's a timely reminder to any foreign residents who have already voted in

18:15

Local

Trial date set for man implicated in Julen's death

SUR

...to three years and six months for homicide due to grave negligence. Serrano's lawyers are said to be trying to negotiate a pretrial agreement which would see their client avoid jail by paying compensation to the boy's parents and the recovery of

13:49

Sport

The dream that began on a migrant boat

MARINA RIVAS

...met who all still live in Nigeria. "My dad arrived in Algeciras with us, but they threw him in jail and then deported him as soon as he arrived. I guess they let us stay because we were babies," she tells me. To this day she has still not set foot in