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2018/09/27 00:06:28
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  • Ricardo Martinelli's trial continues this Wednesday  

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    After several days of recess, this Wednesday, the hearing for the case of wiretapping against former President Ricardo Martinelli continues. On September 18, the defense presented its arguments. The Prosecutor's Office must respond after the requested days to the Presiding Judge, Jerónimo Mejía, to state their objections in the order that the defense used each of the evidence

2018/09/18 22:12:03
  • Ricardo Martinelli
  • Ricardo Martinelli: "There is no justice"

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    During the hearing of the case against Ricardo Martinelli this Tuesday, the legal team of the former president presented the defense of the ex president before the Judge Jerónimo Mejía who requested to continue the process on Wednesday, September 26.

2018/09/14 16:32:06
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  • Carlos Carrillo
  • Martinelli attacks presiding judge's decisions in trial for wiretapping

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    The defense of former President Ricardo Martinelli, arrested for alleged illegal wiretapping during his administration, today filed two constitutional guarantees against presiding judge Jerónimo Mejía, for recent decisions taken in the trial against the former president for this case, Carlos Carrillo, coordinator of Martinelli's defense team, told Efe.

2018/09/07 15:24:42
2018/09/06 21:05:46
  • Ricardo Martinelli
  • Security Council denies pressure on witness to incriminate Martinelli

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    The Security Council of Panama denied today having pressured an ex-agent of the institution to indict former President Ricardo Martinelli (2009-2014) in a case of alleged political espionage, which keeps him in preventive detention and for which the Prosecutor's Office asks for 21 years in prison

2018/08/31 13:57:33
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  • Deputies will analyze complaint against prosecutor in Martinelli case

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    A parliamentary subcommittee was created today in Panama to decide whether to recommend admitting or rejecting one of eight lawsuits filed against Supreme Court judge Harry Díaz, who acts as prosecutor in the trial for illegal wiretapping against former President Ricardo Martinelli