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Catalan Trial

Defense lawyers (right) in Spain's Supreme Court (by EFE)

20 March 2019 02:19 PM

Right to defense undermined, say lawyers as tensions with judges heat up

Defense teams protest videos being banned in courtroom during witnesses’ cross-examination

Catalan Trial Day 19 morning preview - Confiscated ballot papers and reviewed email accounts

Catalan Trial Day 19 morning preview - Confiscated ballot papers and reviewed email accounts

Today in the Catalan Trial we'll be hearing from some Spanish Guardia civil police officers who took part in a raid of a company where thousands of ballot papers were confiscated, and others who went through the email accounts of some of the Catalan political leaders.
Spanish police are discussing events at protests in the run-up to the referendum

20 March 2019 10:01 AM

More Guardia Civil officers testify in Catalan trial

On Tuesday, members of Spanish law enforcement described protesters ahead of referendum as "aggressive," while defenses accused them of giving false testimony
Some Catalan police officers clear demonstrators to enable Spanish law enforcement leave the foreign affairs ministry after a raid on September 20, 2017 (by Pere Francesch)

19 March 2019 08:19 PM

'Violent, aggressive, angry': Guardia Civil officer describes protests during police raids

Defenses accuse him of giving false testimony and show faces of disbelief as witness takes stand in Catalan trial

Jordi Sànchez at a protest ini Sant Jaume square in Barcelona on September 20 2017 (by Patricia Mateos)

19 March 2019 07:08 PM

ANC's Sànchez 'wouldn't allow' police cars to reach ministry, officer claims

The raids and protests from September 20 continue to be key subjects in the Catalan trial testimonies

Morning sessions of day 18 of the Catalan Trial

Morning sessions of day 18 of the Catalan Trial

The former deputy secretary in Spain's finance ministry, Felipe Martínez testified earlier this morning, and he was unable to confirm if public money was spent on the referendum. Later, Guardia Civil officers took to the dock, and one told the court of how he found documents titled "Scenario...

CUP politician defends rejecting Vox questions as 'objection of conscience'

19 March 2019 01:13 PM

Witnesses rejecting far-right’s cross-examination to persist ‘regardless of consequences’

Pro-independence CUP politicians Eulàlia Reguant and Antonio Baños were fined €2,500 and could face criminal charges

Spanish Guardia Civil police officers in front of the Catalan finance ministry (by ACN)

19 March 2019 12:32 PM

Documents referencing 'war, guerrilla scenarios' found in finance ministry, says police officer

Guardia Civil member says Catalan official ordered his secretary to "throw" papers into a backyard right before being arrested

Finance official unable to confirm if public money was used for referendum

19 March 2019 11:29 AM

Finance official unable to confirm if public money was used for referendum

Former high-ranking member of Spanish treasury testifies in Supreme Court, with Catalan public servant and Spanish Guardia Civil police officers to follow
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