Interceptions published in the press show how prosecutors, journalists and NGOs intended to fight with judges so that prosecutors could “chirp” from the files. Are prosecutors legally allowed to “chirp” from criminal files?
Who can sanction such behavior of the magistrates? Does the crime of abuse of office need a value threshold or not?
Is corruption still a national security issue? Can MSN interceptions be evidence in corruption cases?
The ORNISS certificate – does it discriminate or help the legal profession? How much have the statute of limitations decisions messed up the court cases?
Where is the corruption in the pandemic?
All these questions and many others will be answered on Sunday, from 10:55 p.m., by Nistor Călin, lawyer and former interim chief prosecutor of the DNA, in the show OFF/OnTheRecord, pe Aleph News.
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