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Legal & Finance news & information for Asturias region/province

Legal & Finance Fri, Sep 3, 2004

Heavy penalty for drunk lady driver

The lady driver who overturned her vehicle on Avilés´s calle Cuba on the 19th August has accepted a fine of €10 a day for the next six months. Her driving licence has also been confiscated for two years, and she is...

Legal & Finance Thu, Jun 17, 2004

Judge jails five Asturian miners on 11-M explosives charges

Judge Del Olmo has remanded in custody for three months a 16 year old youth accused of involvement in supplying explosives used in the 11-M terrorist bomb attacks. The accused minor can be detained for a further three...

Caroline Dickinson killer gets 30 years
Legal & Finance Wed, Jun 16, 2004

Caroline Dickinson killer gets 30 years

The jury in the trial of Francisco Arce Montes (artist´s impression) who admitted sexually assaulting British schoolgirl, Caroline Dickinson, took four hours to find him guilty of murder. They rejected claims that...

Caroline murder case starts today in Rennes
Legal & Finance Mon, Jun 7, 2004

Caroline murder case starts today in Rennes

54 year old Francisco Arce Montes admitted stalking youth hostels for sex today on the first day of his trial for the murder of 13 year old Caroline Dickinson who was found dead in a hostel on a school trip to Brittany...

Legal & Finance Mon, May 31, 2004

Gijón Town Hall plans fines for public nuisances

Gijón Town Hall wants to introduce fines of between €750 and €3,000 for people or groups of people convicted of disturbing the peace in public places, prevent the normal circulation of pedestrians, or who consume...

Legal & Finance Wed, May 5, 2004

Father and son await trial for Parres murder

A father and son from the Asturian village of Parres in Ribadesella are awaiting trial for the murder of 36 year old Ángel Manuel Álvarez Arias, who was found murdered last Sunday in San Juan de Parres. The victim´s...

Legal & Finance Thu, Jan 15, 2004

Wanadoo fined for false advertising claims

Judge, Ricardo Badás Cerezo, in Siero (Asturias) has found Wanadoo guilty of failing to provide broadband ADSL internet connection at the speed they advertised in their marketing literature. Wanadoo will have to refund...

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