February 28, 2015
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  • 20/02/2015 | Argentina

    Uruguay judge issues international arrest warrant for Vandenbroele

    Uruguayan judge Néstor Valetti has issued an international arrest warrant for Alejandro Vandenbroele, who is under scrutiny for his alleged role in the Ciccone affair.

  • 13/02/2015 | Argentina

    Solicitor General's Office presents documents to dismiss Nisman cover-up case against CFK

    The Solicitor General's Office will present "legally relevant" evidence today to judge Daniel Rafecas which will seek dismissal of the case brought by late AMIA investigator Alberto Nisman accusing President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and other government figures of covering up the atrocity.

  • 06/02/2015 | Argentina

    Lázaro Báez summoned by judge Casanello

    Federal judge Sebastián Casanello has summoned businessman Lázaro Báez for questioning over alleged money laundering in the purchase of an estate in Mendoza.

  • 10/02/2015 | Argentina

    Judge confirms DNA profile different to Nisman's found

    Fabiana Palmaghini, the judge in charge of the investigation into the death of AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, has confirmed a new DNA profile has been found at the victim’s apartment, ordering further tests to identify whose sample it belongs to.

  • 25/01/2015 | Argentina

    Judge Garzón: The gov't has nothing to do with Nisman's death

    Ex Spanish Judge and human rights advocate Baltasar Garzón has assured that “the Argentine government has nothing to do” with the death of AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman. He added that the Executive and the officials involved in Nisman’s complaint were “the most affected by his death.”

  • 02/02/2015 | Argentina

    Nisman case without a judge after Lijo refusal

    Confirming what has been rumoured for several days, Federal Judge Ariel Lijo has dropped the complaint filed by late AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

  • 04/02/2015 | Argentina

    Appeals Court orders Judge Rafecas to take Nisman's complaint

    The President of the Federal Criminal Appeals Court, Martín Irurzun, has ordered Judge Daniel Rafecas to take late AMIA special prosecutor’s complaint against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner for allegedly covering up Iran's involvement in the 1994 attack of the Jewish community centre.

  • 20/01/2015 | Argentina

    Judge Palmaghini takes Nisman case

    Judge Fabiana Emma Palmaghini, in charge of Criminal Court of Instruction N° 25 has interrupted her vacations in Brazil and returned to the country to take the case of AMIA prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s death.

  • 23/01/2015 | Argentina

    Employee who lent Nisman the gun is forbidden to leave the country

    Judge Fabiana Palmaghini has forbidden Diego Lagomarsino, the Prosecutor's Office employee who lent Alberto Nisman a gun shortly before his death, to leave the country. The computer technician, the last person to see Nisman alive, is to testify again before the judge.

  • 06/11/2014 | Argentina

    Council of Magistrates approves impeachment of controversial Judge Áxel López

    The Council of Magistrates has approved a motion to impeach Judge Áxel López, who has been the target of angry claims by several civil associations for ruling in favour of releasing recidivist rapists and murderers.

  • 12/10/2014 | Argentina

    Supreme Court Justice Petracchi dies at 78

    Supreme Court Justice Enrique Santiago Petracchi has died at the age of 78. He was a member of the Court since 1983, when he was appointed by former president Raúl Alfonsín.

  • 01/11/2014 | Argentina

    Argentine judge asks Spain to extradite Franco-era officials

    Federal judge Maria Servini de Cubria has requested that Spain arrest and extradite 20 former Spanish officials, including two ex-government ministers, suspected of human rights violations in the era of dictator Francisco Franco.

  • 05/11/2014 | Argentina

    Ex judge, Pope Francis' close friend Alicia Oliveira dies

    Former judge and a close friend of Pope Francis Alicia Beatriz Oliveira passed away today at her home in the Buenos Aires City neighbourhood of Almagro in the company of her three children. Oliveira suffered from a terminal disease. She was 71 years old.

  • 02/09/2014 | Argentina

    Federal judge Manuel Blanco passes away

    Blanco, who had presided over La Plata's First Federal Court since 1984 and also acted as a provincial electoral judge, suffered a heart failure during a visit to a clinic in the Buenos Aires capital.

  • 04/09/2014 | Argentina

    Judge refiles Guido Carlotto case, includes couple that raised him

    Federal judge María Servini de Cubría has re-filed the record on president of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo Estela de Carlotto’s grandson Ignacio Guido Montoya Carlotto, and included the couple that raised him from birth in the list of those under investigation.

  • 10/09/2014 | Argentina

    Griesa holds off on Citi subpoena in vulture case

    US district judge Thomas Griesa has said he would wait for a decision on a pending appeal before ordering Citigroup to comply with a subpoena served by holdout investors seeking details of any threats from Argentina to process payments the court had blocked.

  • 06/08/2014 | Argentina

    Griesa orders BoNY to retain payment

    New York district judge Thomas Griesa has ordered Bank of New York Mellon to retain the funds deposited by Argentina to pay exchange bondholders, while declaring the payment “illegal.”

  • 08/08/2014 | Argentina

    Bond dispute: Hearing called by US judge Griesa begins

    New York District judge Thomas Griesa has scheduled a hearing at 4 pm local time today to address Argentina's recent public statements over their attempts to pay creditors, a court official said.

  • 09/08/2014 | Argentina

    VP Boudou defence to appeal indictment

    Lawyer of VP Amado Boudou Martín Magram has accused Federal Judge Claudio Bonadío of “arbitrary” performance in the magistrate's decision to indict Boudou for alleged irregularities in the purchase of a car.

  • 16/04/2014 | Argentina

    Judge order to maintain subte fare at 4.50 pesos appealed

    Buenos Aires City lawmaker Alejandro Bodart (MST-New Left) has appealed Judge Elena Liberatori’s order to maintain the subte fare at 4.50 pesos, asking for the tariff to go back at 3.50 pesos until “the real cost structure of the service is clarified.”

  • 01/08/2014 | Argentina

    Griesa authorizes payment to European bondholders

    New York judge Thomas Griesa today authorized Euroclear and Clearstream banks to make a one-off transaction for mainly European exchange bondholders with the money deposited by Argentina on June 26.

  • 01/07/2013 | Argentina

    Judge investigating Ángeles Rawson murder case inspects her building

    Since the early evening, Judge Javier Ríos was investigating the building in which murdered 16-year-old Ángeles Rawson used to live with her family, located on Ravignani 2360 in Palermo.

  • 29/07/2013 | Argentina

    Federal Prosecutor opens criminal investigation against Milani

    Federal Prosecutor Jorge Di Lello today requested federal judge Daniel Rafecas a series of means of evidence to open a criminal investigation against newly appointed head of the Army César Milani, amid accusations of alleged illicit enrichment.

  • 26/02/2014 | Argentina

    Prosecutor orders eviction from grabbed lands in Villa Lugano

    Buenos Aires City Prosecutor Carlos Rolero last night ordered the eviction of the neighbouring lands to the Indoamericano Park in Villa Lugano, which were again taken over.

  • 31/05/2013 | Argentina

    Mar del Plata judge freezes Magistrates Council members election

    Responding to a request made by the College of Lawyers of Mar del Plata Buenos Aires beach city, federal Judge Alfredo López today decreed a precautionary measure against the government-fueled and recently passed reform of the Magistrates Council.

  • 03/06/2013 | Argentina

    Judge rejects suspension of Magistrates Council election

    Dolores district Federal Judge Alejo Ramos Padilla today rejected a request made last week by the College of Lawyers of that city to suspend the Magistrates Council elections, called last week by a presidential decree.

  • 01/07/2013 | Argentina

    Ángeles case: Mangeri refuses to testify

    Jorge Mangeri, the janitor of the building where slain 16-year-old Angeles Rawson lived and the main suspect in the probe, showed up in court today but refused to testify before Judge Javier Ríos.

  • 28/12/2012 | Argentina

    La Rural: Judge rules in favour of expropriation

    Judge Silvina Bracamonte rejected the cautionary measure requested by the Argentine Rural Society (SRA) to stop the expropriation of the grounds in Palermo announced by the National Government last Friday.

  • 22/03/2013 | Argentina

    Garzón: 'Pope Francis should release Vatican files on dictatorship'

    Former Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón said Pope Francis “could perfectly open the Vatican files to make public all communications and information sent from Argentina at the time of the last military dictatorship.”

  • 23/11/2012 | Argentina

    'If a Judge wants to end with Argentina's sovereignty, he'll fail'

    Cabinet Chief Juan Manuel Abal Medina affirmed that "if a Judge wants to end with the sovereignty, he must know he'll fail. We are determined to continue and comply with the law," referring to US Judge Thomas Griesa's ruling.

  • 05/12/2012 | Argentina

    'Extension of Media Law injuction would be an uprising,' Alak

    Justice Minister Julio Alak ratified today that the Government considers that the Media Law will be fully implemented by Friday, December 7th, and warned that if a court tries to extend the injuction in favour of Clarín Group, that would be an uprising against the nation and a conflict of powers.

  • 14/12/2012 | Argentina

    Judge Alfonso declares Media Law constitutional

    Federal Judge Horacio Alfonso declared "constitutional" the article 161 of the Media Law, and ordered to lift the injunction that left the application of the law in suspense.

  • 11/10/2012 | Argentina

    Media Law: New judge designated, Council of Magistrates session fails

    Judge Roberto Raúl Torti was designated after Federal Judge Raúl Tettamanti -who had been designated as an interim judge to rule on claim by Grupo Clarín against article 161 of the Media Law- tendered his resignation.

  • 17/11/2012 | Argentina

    Argentina asks US judge to wait for bond dispute appeal

    Argentina asked a US judge late last night to maintain his order blocking payment on defaulted sovereign bonds to holdout investors until lingering questions are settled in a higher court's appeals process.

  • 21/11/2012 | Argentina

    Libertad frigate: Ghana judge rejects Argentina's bid to drop case

    Ghana rejected today Argentina’s plea for Accra City’s Commercial Tribunal to drop the case that kept the Libertad navy training frigate impounded at Tema port since October 2nd.

  • 29/06/2012 | Argentina

    Last Once train crash detainee released

    A court ordered the release of Carlos Alberto Lluch, a lawyer for Trenes de Buenos Aires, who is accused of withholding important documents related to the probe of the Once train crash.

  • 06/07/2012 | Argentina

    Judge orders Scioli to pay midyear bonus in one installment

    A court today ordered Buenos Aires province Governor Daniel Scioli to pay a midyear bonus in one instalment instead of four. Judge Luis Federico Arias’s ruling answered a cautionary measure filed by ATE state workers, among others.

  • 30/07/2012 | Argentina

    Writer Héctor Tizón dies at 82

    Writer, lawyer, journalist and diplomat Héctor Tizón, author of more than 20 novels, died at 82 in Jujuy province, his family reported.

  • 23/05/2012 | Argentina

    Oyarbide slams Federal Police over bomb misinformation

    Federal judge Norberto Oyarbide said he was “very sad” for the way the police had handled the case involving the discovery of an explosive device targeting former Colombian president Álvaro Uribe and warned that “there are strange things going on.”

  • 04/06/2012 | Argentina

    Judge orders AFIP to explain reasons behind dollar purchase restrictions

    Mar del Plata federal judge Alfredo López ordered the AFIP tax agency to provide him with “precedent and grounds” on the norm currently restricting citizens from purchasing US dollars. The agency had previously claimed no responsibility in the decision, assuring that it rested on the Central Bank.

  • 19/06/2012 | Argentina

    Federal Court orders Pablo Schoklender's release from jail

    The Federal Court today ordered the release of Pablo Schoklender and Alejandro Gotkin, both linked to the probe which investigates the mismanagement of funds allotted to Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Foundation.

  • 16/05/2012 | Argentina

    Judge removes prosecutor Rívolo from Ciccone case

    Federal Judge Ariel Lijo decided to remove prosecutor Carlos Rívolo from the Ciccone case currently affecting Vice-President Amado Boudou and unified it with a new case investigating him over accusations of illicit enrichment.

  • 17/05/2012 | Argentina

    Wiretapping: Oyarbide says jurisprudence backs his decision

    Judge Norberto Oyarbide said today that his decision to close the wiretapping investigation stance putting Buenos Aires City Mayor Mauricio Macri closer to being tried has been "poorly interpreted."

  • 19/05/2012 | Argentina

    Former judge shot dead in robbery attempt

    A former Lomas de Zamora judge was shot dead today by unknown attackers who entered his private estate in Glew, in the area of Almirante Brown, Buenos Aires Province, police sources said.

  • 12/04/2012 | Argentina

    Fraticelli's ex-wife 'committed suicide because she missed her daughter'

    Policemen today began to investigate into the Carlos Fraticelli's ex-wife's death and stated that her suicide may be able to be put down to her “missing her daughter.” Letters written by Graciela Dieser were found inside her home saying that she wanted to “meet with” her daughter again.

  • 26/04/2012 | Argentina

    Rafecas removed from Ciccone investigation after 'bias' accusations

    The City’s Federal Chamber decided to remove Federal Judge Daniel Rafecas from the case investigating accusations of influence peddling against Amado Boudou, after a friend of the Vice-President, José María Núñez Carmona, accused him of being biased.

  • 10/05/2012 | Argentina

    Judge rejects City Gov't appeal to keep Federal Police officers patrolling subway stations

    Judge Rita Ailán rejected an appeal filed by the City Government which aimed to avoid that Federal Police officers stop patrolling subway stations

  • 24/02/2012 | Argentina

    Engine driver assures ‘I tried to stop twice’

    Marcos Córdoba, the engine driver of the train that crashed at Once station, was released after being questioned by Judge Claudio Bonadío. Nevertheless, the prosecutor of the case, Federico Delgado, did not agree with the decision and said the conditions are still not entirely given to release him.

  • 30/03/2012 | Argentina

    AMIA inquiry: Judge announces Menem, Galeano to stand trial

    The investigation into the 1994 attack on the Argentine Jewish community centre (AMIA), took another turn today as judge Ariel Lijo, took the cause which accused Carlos Menem and former judge Juan José Galeano of perverting the course of justice in the case, to trial.    

  • 11/04/2012 | Argentina

    Former judge Fraticelli's ex-wife found dead in her home

    Graciela Dieser, the ex-wife of former judge Carlos Fraticelli and mother to Natalia, the teenage girl who died of extraordinary circumstances in her home in the neighbourhood of Rufino in 2000, was found dead in her apartment in Rafaela, Santa Fe province.

  • 15/01/2012 | Argentina

    Judge in Soria murder case to question widow

    Judge Emilio Stadler will resume his activities this Monday as the head of the investigation in the murder of former Río Negro governor Carlos Soria. He is expected to summon and question Soria’s widow, Susana Freydoz, so far the only suspect in the case. 

  • 14/02/2012 | Argentina

    De Grazia case: 60 mobiles seized from policemen

    Buenos Aires City Judge Juan Ramos Padilla, who is currently investigating the leaking of photographs of the corpse of late model Jazmín De Grazia, seized 60 mobile phones of the policemen related to the case. The magistrate also separated the Federal Police from the investigation and replaced it with Argentina’s Naval Prefecture.

  • 22/02/2012 | Argentina

    'Should this have happened on Carnival holiday, it would've been less terrible,' Schiavi

    Transport Secretary Juan Pablo Schiavi stated during an appearance before journalists -questions were not allowed-  that the train was slowing down as it entered the station, but “it did not stop,” and assured that “we have enough material” to determine the causes of the accident.

  • 19/12/2011 | Argentina

    Former Judge Romano on Interpol's 'Wanted' list

    Interpol issued an arrest warrant against former Argentine Judge Otilio Roque Romano, who fled to Chile after being accused of having connection to crimes against humanity during the last military dictatorship.

  • 10/01/2012 | Argentina

    Judge warns he is being 'pressured' to arrest Soria's wife

    Río Negro Judge Juan Pablo Chirinos affirmed he receives “a lot of pressure” to detain Susana Freydoz, wife of the ex Governor Carlos Soria and the only suspect of the official’s murder committed last January 1.

  • 11/01/2012 | Argentina

    Judge calls off court recess to handle appeals against subway hike

    Judge Fernando Juan Lima called of the court recess in order to handle the appeals filed against the subway fare hike, as passengers rode for free as subway employees left turnstiles open between 7 and 10 am in order to protest the measure.

  • 04/11/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Three family members sentenced to jail

    At San Isidro’s Criminal Court, the final verdict was read out over the sentencing for the family members involved in the concealment of María Marta Belsunce’s murder, with all three being sent to prison.

  • 11/11/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Gauvry Gordon's lawyer resigns

    The lawyer of Dr Juan Ramón Gauvry Gordon - who was last week sentenced to three years in jail for cover-up in the María Marta Belsunce murder case - announced that he would make an appeal for Gauvry Gordon to be released, being his final action working in defence of the doctor. Becker said earlier he would be resigning after defending his client for nine years.

  • 11/11/2011 | Argentina

    Train arson: Judge announces lack of evidence on Sobrero

    San Martín Judge Juan Manuel Yalj, announced that there was a lack of evidence linking railway unionist Rubén "Pollo" Sobrero to the train arson case, where several trains on the Sarmiento line were intentionally burned down last May.

  • 05/10/2011 | Argentina

    After Sobrero fiasco, judge removes Federal Police, enlists SI in arson investigation

    San Martín Federal Judge Manuel Yalj decided to remove the Federal Police from the investigation of the burning of several trains in the Sarmiento line after mentioning several “errors” in the investigation.

  • 06/10/2011 | Argentina

    Judge Yalj shrugs off opposition calls for his impeachment

    San Martín federal judge Juan Manuel Yalj ratified that railway union leader Rubén “Pollo” Sobrero remains a suspect in the case investigating the burning of several trains in the Sarmiento line and assured that he will decide whether he will be indicted or not in ten days.

  • 10/10/2011 | Argentina

    Six suspects in Candela murder case remain in preventive custody

    Judge Alfredo Meade ruled in favour of District Attorney Marcelo Tavolaro and decided that all six suspects in the investigation of 11-year old Candela Rodríguez’s murder remain in preventive custody. 

  • 20/09/2011 | Argentina

    Candela's mother, attorney meet with the Judge

    Fernando Burlando, the mother of Candela Rodríguez’s attorney, talked to the press at Morón Court and confirmed that Carola Labrador met with the Judge who is in charge of the investigation of the crime of the 11-year-old girl.

  • 29/09/2011 | Argentina

    Judge summons Macri, orders homeless shelters close down

    Buenos Aires City Judge Roberto Gallardo summoned city Mayor Mauricio Macri to testify in the case investigating the living conditions of tenements inhabitants in the La Boca neighbourhood.

  • 04/10/2011 | Argentina

    'Aníbal Fernández has been trying to send me to jail for the last three years,' Sobrero

    After he was released from prison, railway union leader Rubén “Pollo” Sobrero stated that “Aníbal Fernández has been trying to send me to jail for the last three years, but he can’t."

  • 06/08/2011 | Argentina

    Police find weapon used in Salta murders, seven detained

    The police found the weapon which was used to kill the two French tourists, Houria Moummi and Cassandre Bouvier, in Salta province, and detained other two suspects, judicial sources reported.

  • 24/08/2011 | Argentina

    San Juan: autopsy shows missing man was beaten

    The autopsy performed on Miguel Muñoz, the 24 builder who was found dead in Jachal canal, in San Juan province, showed the young man was beaten and had a missing tooth, according to sources.


  • 27/08/2011 | Argentina

    Salta murder case: three people released from custody

    Three people previously arrested in connection to the double-murder in Salta in July were released today. María Fernanda Cañizares, Walter Lasi and Raúl Sarmiento were set free last night by the judge in charge of the case, Martín Pérez, court sources informed.

  • 03/08/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Susana Giménez tv show used as evidence

    An episode of Susana Giménez’s tv show in which members of Maria Marta García Belsunce’s extended family were guests was showed and will be incorporated to the trial of concealment of the sociologist’s murder.

  • 04/08/2011 | Argentina

    Salta: French tourists' family members visit crime scene

    The family members of the French tourists who were murdered in Salta, were taken to the scene where the bodies were found, accompanied by the judge in charge of the case.

  • 05/08/2011 | Argentina

    Salta killings: Family members travel to BA to receive caskets

    The parents of Hournia Moumni and Cassandre Bouvier left Salta province Friday morning and arrived in Buenos Aires where they received the funeral caskets of the women, sent to the capital on a separate flight. A funeral service was held last night for the victims.

  • 20/07/2011 | Argentina

    Expert unable to prove glue presence in Belsunce's wounds

    The chemical expert who analysed the skin samples from María Marta García Belsunce’s scalp wounds, assured that the presence of superglue in the shotgun wounds was not certain, even though a chemical used in “La Gotita” glue was found in one of the samples, which he underlined as an “intriguing discovery.”

  • 27/07/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Victims friend reinforces family's involvement in crime

    María Marta’s best friend Inés Ongay, further complicated the lives of the family members who have been investigated for concealing the murder when she gave evidence today in court. She said that she “would have preferred the killer to have been a stranger,” underlining that family members were involved in the crime.

  • 02/08/2011 | Argentina

    Salta: New suspect arrested over double murder

    A man was arrested in connection with the double murder case in Salta, where two French tourists were killed in the area of la Quebrada San Lorenzo last Friday, a Salta official informed.

  • 28/06/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Trial postponed due to power cut

    The investigative case into the concealment of María Marta García Belsunce’s murder continued today with the maid Mirta Molina giving evidence, until the Criminal Court building in San Isidro experienced a power cut. The trial was postponed until tomorrow, where witnesses who did not give evidence today, will stand before the court.

  • 29/06/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: María Marta's friend testifies in court

    As the trial investigating the concealment of María Marta García Belsunce's murder continued today, an intimate friend of murder victim assured that she “never” doubted “absolutely any aspect the victim’s family” and stated that in her opinion, the crime had been committed by someone who entered to rob the victim’s house.

  • 06/07/2011 | Argentina

    Court extends charges against Bártoli in Belsunce case

    The San Isidro Criminal Court made the decision to extend the charges against Guillermo Bártoli, brother-in-law of María Marta García Belsunce, for the concealment of her murder in light of new evidence. The court announced that the trial will resume next Tuesday.

  • 07/06/2011 | Argentina

    Key witnesses to Belsunce trial questioned in court

    The long investigative trial into the concealment of María Marta García Belsunce’s murder continued today with various witnesses going being questioned in court. Tomorrow one of the most awaited candidates for questioning, masseuse Beatriz Michelini will appear in court.

  • 08/06/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Court refuses to raise charges against Bártoli

    During the investigative trial for the murder of María Marta García Belsunce today, the Court denied prosecutors demands for the accused Guillermo Bártoli, who was charged with homicide, to be questioned again and for the charges against him to be raised.

  • 15/06/2011 | Argentina

    Macri denies responsibility over former-UCEP maltreatment case

    Buenos Aires Mayor, Mauricio Macri, sustained that he was unaware of the accusations of maltreatment and threats made by municipal officials of the former UCEP agency, against a group of homeless people in 2008. Macri appeared in court today and was questioned by judge María Fontbona de Pombo over his responsibility and/or involvement in the case.

  • 26/05/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Carmel private neighbourhood investigation finalizes

    The second inspection held in the private neighbourhood of Carmel de Pilar, into María Marta García Belsunce's murder came to a close today after court officials, family members and legal representatives were present at the scene where Belsunce was killed on October 27, 2002. Specific details into the investigation were not yet released. 

  • 01/06/2011 | Argentina

    First doctor to treat Belsunce says 'I never covered up anything'

    Juan Ramón Gauvry Gordon, the first doctor to treat the murder victim María Marta García Belsunce, gave his statement in court and said "I never covered up anything. I am here because I made a mistake." The trial took place at the San Isidro Criminal Court.

  • 02/06/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce trial continues, paramedics give evidence

    The long investigative trial into the concealment of María Marta García Belsunce’s murder continued today when employees from the private medical company OSDE and Paramedic, who dealt with the victim, stepped up to give statements today in court.

  • 18/05/2011 | Argentina

    Belsunce case: Bártoli accused, case postponed to next Tuesday

    The court case that holds six people accused of being linked to the murder María Marta García Belsunce was postponed today at San Isidro’s Criminal Court, and will continue next Tuesday. The decision was made by defendants after the prosecutors dealing with the murder case accused Guillermo Bártoli, brother-in-law of the murder victim, of being a “necessary participant” in the homicide.

  • 18/05/2011 | Argentina

    'We are being used as scapegoats,' Irene Hurtig says

    Irene Hurtig, the stepsister of María Marta García Belsunce, who was murdered in 2002, and her husband Guillermo Bártoli, described themselves as being used as “scapegoats” in the trial investigating the homicide against Belsunce which occurred in the private neighbourhood El Carmel de Pilar.

  • 24/05/2011 | Argentina

    'I believe justice has been done,' says Bartoli after homicide charges dropped

    Guillermo Bártoli, the brother-in-law of murder victim María Marta García Belsunce said, “I believe that justice has been done,” after the Court’s decision to drop the charges against him for committing homicide. He then furthered, “in light of the next trial, I will show I am innocent, regarding concealing the crime.”

  • 10/03/2011 | Argentina

    Judge indicts Ferrobaires engine drivers in train crash case

    Judge Juan Manuel Yalk indicted two engine drivers of the Ferrobaires train that collided with another train from the San Martin line and caused the death of four people in the greater Buenos Aires area of San Miguel.

  • 11/03/2011 | Argentina

    City, National gov’t clashes continue over land grabs in Avellaneda Park

    The City government again questioned National government leaders, for the continuing land grab situation in the Bajo Flores neighbourhood, as squatters remain. They stated that the national administration “is not following the court order set by the judge.”

  • 15/03/2011 | Argentina

    City Hall, National Gov't continue Avellaneda Park dispute

    Members of both City and National governments made statements against one another today over the decisions being made to do with the occupation of houses built by City Hall in the southern neighbourhood of Parque Avellaneda.

  • 18/02/2011 | Argentina

    Judge leading US plane case investigation temporarily replaced

    The investigation involving the seizing of “sensitive material” found aboard a US Air Force plane that landed in Ezeiza last week is to temporarily fall in the hands of Judge Ezequiel Berón de Astrada.

  • 09/03/2011 | Argentina

    Tampered medicine case: Oyarbide postpones Zanola's inquiry

    Federal judge Norberto Oyarbide postponed the questioning of Secretary General of the bank clerk's union Juan José Zanola, who is accused of being involved in the tampered medicine case.

  • 10/03/2011 | Argentina

    Judge shelves US Air Force plane case after reviewing Customs report

    According to judicial sources, after carefully reviewing reports from the Customs agency, Judge Marcelo Aguinsky has decided to file the case involving the seizing of “sensitive material” from a US Air Force plane that landed in the Ezeiza airport last month. The judge ruled that "no crime had been committed."

  • 28/12/2010 | Argentina

    Judge Liberatori states 'Indoamericano Park takeover not a crime'

    City judge Elena Liberatori has expressed her opinion over handling of the land grabs in the Indoamericano Park, in stating that it was not to be seen as a “seizure”, nor should it be considered a “crime”.

  • 10/02/2011 | Argentina

    Bomb explodes outside judge's home

    A group of unknown criminals threw handmade explosives at the home of Criminal Cassation judge Ricardo Borinsky in the early hours of the morning in Castelar, province of Buenos Aires.

  • 15/02/2011 | Argentina

    Justice demands detailed report of Foreign Ministry, US Embassy on the US plane incident

    Judge Ezequiel Berón de Astrada requested Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman; Security Minister Nilda Garré; and the US Embassy “all the information they have" on the incident regarding the US Air Force plane seized in Ezeiza international aiport.

  • 10/12/2010 | Argentina

    Judge demands immediate state presence at the Indoamericano Park

    Buenos Aires City Judge Elena Liberatori demanded the "immediate State presence" at the Indoamericano Park in Villa Soldati neighbourhood in order to "guarantee life and physical integrity of the inhabitants of the park."

  • 21/12/2010 | Argentina

    Mayor Macri says many judges work 'under extreme pressure'

    City Mayor Mauricio Macri rejected the comments made by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in which she criticized judges for a "lack of efficiency," although he admitted that many magistrates "are working under extreme pressure."

  • 28/07/2013 | World

    Driver in Spanish train crash released from custody

    The driver of a Spanish train that derailed killing 79 people, has been released from police custody, but still faces unspecified criminal charges after testifying for two hours before a judge.

  • 31/10/2014 | World

    Judge issues order enforcing Ebola isolation of defiant Maine nurse

    The confrontation between the state of Maine and a nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone heated up today when a judge issued a temporary order enforcing a quarantine after she defied state officials and took a bike ride.

  • 20/08/2012 | World

    US Court rejects Argentina's sovereign-immunity argument

    A US Federal Appeals Court in New York rejected Argentina’s argument that its sovereign immunity was affected by a lower-court ruling compelling compliance with subpoenas sought by NML Capital Ltd. for collection of five money judgments.

  • 08/11/2012 | World

    Griesa summons new hearing over Argentina, vulture funds

    US Judge Thomas Griesa summoned a new hearing at New York Court over the case of vulture funds against Argentina.

  • 05/04/2013 | World

    US judge strikes restrictions on 'morning-after' pill

    A US federal judge today ordered the Food and Drug Administration to make the "morning-after" emergency contraception pill available without a prescription to all girls of reproductive age.

  • 23/04/2012 | World

    Trayvon Martin's killer leaves Florida jail

    Former neighbourhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, charged with second-degree murder in the killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, was released from a Florida county jail on $150,000 bail.

  • 25/04/2012 | World

    Judge to rule Tuesday on Strauss-Kahn suit's fate

    A New York judge is expected to rule next Tuesday whether to toss out a civil lawsuit against former International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn brought by the hotel maid who accused him of sexually assaulting her.

  • 01/06/2012 | World

    Florida judge revokes bail for Trayvon Martin Killer

    A Florida judge revoked bail for George Zimmerman, the neighbourhood watch volunteer charged with second-degree murder for killing unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin.

  • 31/01/2011 | World

    US judge strikes down healthcare reform law

    A federal judge in Florida struck down President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare overhaul as unconstitutional in the biggest legal challenge yet to federal authority to enact the law.

  • 22/10/2011 | World

    Leading war crimes judge Cassese dies of cancer

    Judge Antonio Cassese, the first president of the UN-backed Lebanon tribunal and the Yugoslavia war crimes court in The Hague, has died at home after a long fight with cancer.

  • 20/04/2012 | World

    Killer of Trayvon Martin gets bail, apologizes to victim's family

    George Zimmerman offered a surprise apology to the family of Trayvon Martin, the black teenager he shot dead in a Florida suburb, and a judge ordered Zimmerman freed on $150,000 bail pending trial on second-degree murder charges.

  • 12/08/2011 | Latin America

    Gunmen kill Brazil judge who jailed corrupt cops

    Gunmen ambushed and killed a Brazilian judge known for taking a hard line against criminals, including corrupt police officers.

  • 16/03/2012 | Latin America

    Brazil judge dismisses dictatorship-era charges

    A Brazilian judge dismissed the first charges ever brought against an army officer over crimes committed during the country's 1964-1985 military dictatorship, dealing a blow to rights groups and victims' families.

  • 25/08/2012 | Latin America

    Nicaragua jails Mexican policeman, 17 others with US$7 mil in cash

    A Nicaraguan judge today ordered the incarceration of 18 people, including a Mexican policeman, who had posed as journalists while attempting to pass through the Central American country last week with at least US$7 million in cash.

  • 06/01/2012 | Sports

    Jail for boxer Mayweather delayed so he can fight

    A judge granted a request from boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr to postpone until June his three-month jail sentence for domestic battery so the welterweight champion can compete in an upcoming bout, prosecutors said.

  • 17/06/2012 | Sports

    Nalbandian defaulted from Queens final for kicking line judge

    David Nalbandian was defaulted from his Queen's Club final against Croatia's Marin Cilic today for kicking and injuring a line judge.

  • 20/08/2012 | Sports

    US judge dismisses Armstrong suit against anti-doping group

    A US federal judge dismissed seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong's effort to block a probe into whether the retired cycling champ cheated by using performance-enhancing drugs.

  • 04/03/2013 | Arts and Media

    Supermodel Heidi Klum new judge on 'America's Got Talent'

    Supermodel and television host Heidi Klum said today that she will be a new judge on the popular summer TV talent show "American's Got Talent."

  • 15/01/2013 | Arts and Media

    Lindsay Lohan pleads not guilty to car crash charges

    Lindsay Lohan pleaded not guilty today to three charges related to a June traffic accident that led a judge to revoke the troubled actress' probation last month.

  • 18/01/2013 | Arts and Media

    Brazil judge removes 'Fifty Shades of Grey' from town's shops

    A judge in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state has confiscated copies of wildly-popular trilogy "Fifty Shades of Grey" and other erotic books from two stores, saying proprietors must seal the novels to prevent children leafing through them.

  • 01/03/2013 | Arts and Media

    Judge refuses to dismiss Lindsay Lohan car crash charges

    A Los Angeles judge refused today to dismiss the reckless driving and obstruction case against actress Lindsay Lohan and said the "Mean Girls" star would stand trial later this month in connection with her 2012 car crash.

  • 19/03/2012 | Arts and Media

    Mistrial declared in 'Desperate Housewives' trial

    A judge declared a mistrial in actress Nicollette Sheridan's wrongful termination lawsuit against the producers of TV show "Desperate Housewives" after jurors said they were "hopelessly deadlocked."

  • 23/07/2012 | Arts and Media

    Mariah Carey to join 'American Idol' judges panel

    Pop star Mariah Carey will join Fox television's "American Idol" singing competition as a new judge next season, network executive Kevin Reilly said.

  • 28/09/2012 | Arts and Media

    Judge dismisses defamation lawsuit against actor John Travolta

    John Travolta has scored another legal victory with the dismissal of a defamation lawsuit filed by a Los Angeles man who wrote a book alleging he had gay encounters with the film star.

  • 22/02/2012 | Arts and Media

    Lohan pleases judge on 'home stretch' of probation

    Actress Lindsay Lohan got high marks from a Los Angeles judge at her penultimate progress hearing on Wednesday, as she entered the "home stretch" of her probation after being convicted for theft last year.

  • 24/02/2012 | Arts and Media

    Judge denies bail for Michael Jackson's killer doctor

    The doctor convicted of killing Michael Jackson must stay in jail pending his appeal because he might flee if allowed out on bail, a Los Angeles judge ruled.

  • 13/03/2012 | Arts and Media

    'Desperate Housewives' actress suffers court setback

    A Los Angeles judge dismissed former "Desperate Housewives" cast member Nicollette Sheridan's battery complaint against the hit TV show's creator, Marc Cherry, dealing the actress a setback in her wrongful termination suit.

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