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12:14

Local

British man suspected of abuse bailed by judge

A. F. / J. C.

A 64-year-old British man being investigated for alleged child abuse has been allowed free by an Estepona judge but must sign in at court twice a month. The man, who was an English teacher, was accused by parents of girls of inappropriate

11:28

Local

Doctors investigated over missed pregnancy

J. C.

An investigating judge has called in five doctors for questioning over the case of a 38-year-old woman with obesity who was examined over several months by different health workers for stomach and back pain. It was only discovered she was

13:10

National

Euro arrest warrant withdrawn for former Catalan president

SUR

...are still detained; former vice president, Oriol Junqueras, and the two Jordis, leaders of separatist movements. The judge said that there was a risk they would repeat their alleged offences during the Catalan election campaign. The campaign started

11:43

Local

Judge orders Benalmádena to demolish unlicensed apartments

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...overthrown and in the most recent ruling the judge has warned that if the three-month deadline is not met by the town hall the Junta de Andalucía will step in to make sure the order is carried out. Vista de Rey is an 'aparthotel' and as such requires a

11:58

Local

Prison sentence over chiringuito reforms

SUR.

A judge has found against the owner of a chiringuito beach bar in Puerto Banús over controversial building work he carried out. The owner of Levante Beach chiringuito was accused of a planning offence for demolishing the existing building and

12:06

Local

Victims of train crash look for damages

SUR

...that wounded 37 people. Meanwhile, a judge in Seville has asked for reports on the state of the train and the line and on what happened, as part of the legal investigation into the accident.

14:41

Local

Judge orders removal of Torrox phone mast

SUR

A judge in Malaga has ordered the removal of a phone mast from the Generación del 27 neighbourhood in Torrox Costa. Torrox town hall initially requested the removal of the mast in 2014, which the company contested in court. Since it was

14:56

Local

Pair accused of poisoning their neighbour's cats

SUR.

A couple are waiting to be sentenced over the supposed poisoning of five of their neighbour's eight cats. A judge has been deciding whether to agree with the prosecution request for them to be jailed over accusations they threw poisoned meatballs

17:58

Local

"I saw prison waiting for me and so I decided to go away," says ex-councillor

Héctor Barbotta

...jail in Chimbas, in San Juan province, where he had been held for over three months since being detained by local authorities and while an Argentinean judge was considering Spain's call for him to be extradited. The ex-councillor, who maintains his ... innocence, said that in 2006 he had wanted to speak to a judge to clarify the situation he found himself in, but seeing that wasn't going to be possible, he decided to leave Spain and wait for the charges against him to expire. Appeal launched Last week, ... a judge in Argentina ruled that five of Spain's original six charges against Fernández relating to corruption had expired under Argentinean law and that only one, linked to a case of misuse of public funds at Marbella town hall called 'Saqueo 2', was

20:06

Local

2017: a rollercoaster year

Rachel Haynes

...former councillor Santiago Martín to a meeting with Nozal. Martín resigned after the scandal broke, but Nozal remains as leader of the PP opposition. Martín and Nozal have both since been called for questioning by the judge investigating whether any

17:26

National

Catalan parliament will convene on 17 January to decide new government

SUR

...turned down unanimously by judges on Friday. Three other secessionist leaders are still detained as well. Two of these, Jordi Sànchez of campaigners ANC and Joaquim Forn, ex regional interior minister, are also Catalan MPs and their appeal to be let out

13:36

Local

Two Britons investigated over hit-and-run killing

JUAN CANO

...four wheel drive and that the girlfriend was allegedly driving it at the time. The car involved in the incident.SUR Apparently the dead man was hit after getting out of the same car. Appearing in a Marbella court on Thursday, a judge granted

13:27

What to do

The BDFAS annual exhibition

JANE NORRIE

FIMMO Car Gallery, the winner will have his or her picture printed on the cover of The Arts Society's lecture programme for next year. The three judges include Denise Topolski, Head of Young Arts at The Arts Society's head office in London. New this

11:00

Local

Axarquía murder suspect has previous conviction for domestic violence

JUAN CANO / AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...force. Other reports made against Olea have been shelved. He had not been reported by María Adela. José Manuel Olea appeared before a judge and was sent to Alhaurín de la Torre prison on Wednesday without bail, after exercising his right to remain

11:37

Opinion

Swift justice

Peter Edgerton

Normally, I'd find myself being immediately repelled by anyone using their middle initial in their name, but I'll most certainly make an exception in the case of the magnificent Judge Michael W Fitzgerald. A couple of days ago, this fine chap deftly ... in one of those plummy condescending voices that judges are presumably trained in as part of their studies in all round judgery. If he was peering dismissively over the top of a pair of half moon specs into the bargain , well all the better.

12:20

Local

Malaga court declares mortgage opening commission to be illegal

NURIA TRIGUERO

A Malaga judge has said that a 1.5 per cent opening commission on a mortgage was an abusive charge and therefore void. The case was brought against Malaga-based Unicaja Banco by lawyers Martínez-Echevarría acting for a taxi driver from Alhaurín ... de la Torre. It also included complaints against three other clauses in the loan the man took out in 2005. Since June last year, Malaga has had one judge dedicated to hearing cases against mortgage clauses to keep up with demand from people suing banks ... for abusive hidden 'floor clauses' on interest rates. Marbella judge cancels home loan quoted in Japenese yen Opening commissions aren't hidden but now the surprise decision that the mortgage holder is due back 9,000 euros including interest has

14:29

Local

Marbella judge cancels home loan quoted in Japanese yen

sur in english

...up even after repayments and at one point was 415,000 euros. The judge said that the risks weren't explained at the time to the customer and that the loan should be changed to euros.

11:32

LifeStyle

“What you'll see is a lifetime's work”

Tony Bryant

...year by Time Out. Were you deserving of this recognition? [Laughs] That's for the audience at the Salon Varietés to decide. As long as I do my best, I don't judge myself. Dave Thompson refers to your act as “brilliant”. How would you describe him?

12:37

Local

Swinger wins payout for fall in dark at adult party

J. C. / Á. F.

...swimming pool after a few drinks. The organisers themselves went further and said the couple had been in the club “a couple of hours” and knew their way round very well. The judge found in favour of the man after witnesses said guide lights on stairs

12:54

National

Radical Catalan separatist seeks refuge in Switzerland

SUR

A leading member of a radical separatist party in Catalonia failed to appear before a judge at Madrid's Supreme Court on Wednesday, where she is being investigated for alleged offences including sedition and rebellion in last autumn's declaration of ... response, the Supreme Court's investigating judge, Pedro Llarena, has issued a detention order which is only valid if the former regional MP returns to Spain. Speaking from Geneva this week with her lawyer, Gabriel said she realised that she couldn't

13:30

Local

La Línea - on the line

SUSANA ZAMORA

...year, the mafia groups have become more violent. They now confront the security forces over packages of drugs, they recently attacked the local hospital to rescue a member of their gang who had been arrested and they harassed a female judge in the street ... assault, surrounded and harassed a female judge as she left the court. It wasn't difficult. The court is on the ground floor of an apartment block and has only one door, which is used by detainees, judges and lawyers. Until this incident occurred, there was

14:05

Local

Verdict upheld in Mijas police officers drug case

Á. F. / J. C.

Mijas council against the men, the officers were found guilty and sentenced to between five and four and a half years each. Judges said that the men had abused their position, surprising drug dealers with a patrol car to force them to run off and leave

12:26

Local

Rare life sentence asked for in Irish fatal shooting case in Mijas

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

Public prosecutors in the forthcoming trial of a man accused of a horrific fatal shooting on Mijas Costa allegedly linked to drugs are calling for a judge to hand out the harshest sentence available under Spanish law because of the severity of the ... crime. The prosecution will ask for a revisable permanent life sentence, a relatively new sentence which means the accused, if found guilty in the jury trial in Malaga, will be jailed until death. A judge will only able to carry out restricted periodic

13:07

LifeStyle

Isabel Oyarzábal, a silenced pioneer

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...whom she had two children, was called before the judge on several occasions to give his consent to his wife's travels, and to allow her to manage the rights to her books as, by law, he was the administrator of her finances. This was nothing new. Isabel

13:53

National

Catalan MPs to meet to vote on new regional president

NEIL HESKETH

...a judge to work for independence within the law. Its votes are needed for the investiture, and on Thursday the other separatist parties presented a radical plan for government to CUP in an effort to get it to change its mind ahead of Monday.

14:27

Local

How to break the glass ceiling

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...phenomenon. “Sometimes we put the glass ceiling in place ourselves without realising it, because there is a real inequality of roles. We always take on more responsibilities,” says judge Lourdes García Ortiz, who broke that ceiling just over a year ago when

11:33

National

MPs vote to end option for courts to award full life sentences

SUR

Against a background of public shock and mourning over the murder of Gabriel Cruz, MPs in Madrid have gone ahead with a previously planned vote on a controversial sentencing option for judges in extreme murder cases. Politicians were called upon

11:34

National

Stalemate in Catalonia still as vote on new president is suspended

SUR

March, a Supreme Court judge ruled that Sànchez would not be allowed to leave jail to attend the debate. He is being held during investigations into last October's illegal declaration of independence for fear of repeating his alleged offences of sedition ... and rebellion. Sànchez's lawyers said immediately after the judge's decision that he would appeal the decision to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, citing a precedent of when a man in jail over ETA terrorist offences was permitted to ... leave to attend a Basque parliamentary session. The judge, however, said that the two cases weren't comparable. For the moment Sànchez, of the Junts per Catalunya (JxCat) political group, has decided to appeal the Supreme Court decision in Spain first

11:39

National

Top European court rules that Spain overreacted to burning of King's photo

SUR

...to pay a fine of 2,700 euros each by Spanish courts to avoid going to prison for harming the Crown, and told they faced 15 months in jail if they didn't pay. The case was taken up by judges in Strasbourg who have now ruled against Spain. According ... to the ruling, the original sentence was “a restriction on freedom of expression that wasn't in proportion to the aim of the act”. In the judges' opinion, the burning of photos in public in an over-the-top way was only meant “to raise awareness” and

14:03

Opinion

12 years

Héctor Barbotta

...of one of the big national parties? The reality is that these thieves belonged to the GIL party, and with the death of their leader who rubbed shoulders with judges and ministers in the stands of the Vicente Calderón football ground, they were the

14:09

Local

Juan Antonio Roca, mastermind of Malaya and other fraud cases, is freed

Héctor Barbotta

...allows Roca to work outside prison, the judge argued that the proportion of the sentence served, his positive progress, his acknowledgement of the crimes committed through the payment of a civil responsibility bond and his public remorse all worked in his ... favour. His conduct in prison has also been described as excellent as has his willingness to collaborate with projects. His commitment to working with Cáritas, said the judge, will “put his knowledge to the service of less fortunate people”.