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10:43

Local

Prosecution agrees that man who killed a mugger in Fuengirola should be spared jail

Álvaro FRÍAS / Juan CANO

The public prosecution department in Malaga has published a report in which it gives a favourable view on suspending the two-year prison sentence imposed on Borja, a man who was found guilty of killing a mugger through gross negligence. The event ... 112,000 euros has been paid, the prosecution is looking at the case more favourably. The victim's daughters, however, have said that they wish Borja to serve his time in jail. They say that during the four years since the incident, Borja "has not shown any

12:19

Local

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

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

Julen Roselló's parents have filed a written indictment as part of the private prosecution against David Serrano, the owner of the land in Totalán on which their two-year-old son died when he fell down a borehole in January. They are asking for the ... 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 ... for three years if found guilty. The written indictment by the parents agrees with all the prosecution's conclusions, and differs only in the suggested length of sentence. The couple's lawyer, Antonia Barba, says that in cases of negligence there are

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

11:25

Local

Increase in killings on the Costa del Sol leaves authorities "seriously concerned"

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

In 2018, organised crime left an unprecedented trail of bloody incidents on the Costa del Sol. Nobody can fail to be worried by this. Certainly not local residents, or institutions such as the Prosecution Service in Malaga, which has expressed ... "serious concern" at the increase in violent crimes related to revenge attacks between gangs, such as commissioned killings. THE FIGURE 95 cases of murder or manslaughter were investigated by the Prosecution Service in Malaga in 2018. This was an ... 2017 to 65 last year. Assassinations rose by 40 per cent, from five to seven. One area of special concern is the use of explosives against members of rival organisationsThe prosecution service in Malaga is worried by the rise in this type of crime on

16:32

Local

Prosecution calls for 13 years for taxi driver accused of raping British tourist

Á. F. / J. C.

The trial of a taxi driver, accused of raping a British tourist in Benalmádena on 21 June 2014, took place this week with the prosecution calling for 13 years' imprisonment. The alleged victim, who the public prosecution pointed out had bruising ... and injuries consistent with a sexual assault, spoke via video call with the help of a translator. She said: "He stopped the car, locked the doors and came into the back where he held me down and raped me." According to the prosecution, the

12:33

Gibraltar

DPP post to be created for the first time

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar is to have its first Director of Public Prosecutions, a post which in the past has been carried out by the Attorney General (AG). The DPP will perform a role equivalent to the UK's Crown Prosecution Service and will carry out criminal law

14:02

Local

Dane accused of killing partner says they practised erotic asphyxiation

A. FRÍAS / J. CANO

The trial of a 53-year-old Danish man accused of strangling his partner in a hotel room in Torre del Mar in June 2015 with a charger cable, began before a jury in a Malaga court this week. The defendant, who only answered questions from his defence