Category : Criminal Procedure Law

Nor will they be obliged to report: 1. Whoever is the spouse of the offender who is not legally or de facto separated or the person who lives with him in a similar emotional relationship. 2. Those who are ascendants and descendants of the offender and his collateral relatives up to the second degree inclusive. This provision will not be applicable when it comes to...

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The complaint will also be considered abandoned when, due to death or because the plaintiff is incapacitated to continue the action, none of his heirs or legal representatives appear to support it within thirty days following the summons that will be issued to them for this purpose, informing them. of the complaint. art ..

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Once said report has been received, the Judicial Secretary will pass it on to the Prosecutor, if the case is for a crime in which he has to intervene, so that he may issue a written opinion within a period of three days. art 234 lecrim This article of the Spanish LECRIM refers to the cause of the complaint appeal. Article 234 of...

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Those who, due to their positions, professions or trades, become aware of any public crime, will be obliged to immediately report it to the Public Prosecutor's Office, the competent Court, the Investigating Judge and, failing that, to the nearest municipal or police officer. to the site if it is a flagrant crime. Those who...

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The complaint will always be presented through a Attorney with sufficient power and signed by a Lawyer. It will be issued on official paper, and it will state: 1. The Judge or Court before whom it is presented. 2. The name, surname and neighborhood of the complainant. 3. The name, surname and neighborhood of the defendant. If ..

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