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March 29, 2023

Medic Razvan Tranca cleared

Magistrates of Bucharest Court of Appeal (CAB) cleared on Tuesday medic Razvan Tranca from the accusations of rape and qualified murder attempt. CAB judges cancelled Bucharest Tribunal decision, admitting the appeal of the medic. The court resolved to lift the protective sequester laid on Tranca’s possessions, cancelling also the damages that he had to pay to Andreea Mocanu. Moreover, the judges turned down Andreea Mocanu’s request to oblige the medic to pay court fees, ruling in exchange that the girl would pay court fees of RON 100. The decision was made by the majority of the three judges of the panel. There was however a separate opinion, one of the magistrates considering that Razvan Tranca should have been sentenced for the offences for which he was sent to court. The decision is not final, Andreea Mocanu’s lawyers declaring recourse, which will be judged by the High Court of Appeals and Justice.

Razvan Tranca, aged 45, a surgeon with “Grigore Alexandrescu” Children Hospital from Bucharest, was taken in custody in February 2007 for raping a young woman, after which he threw her out through the window of his flat from the sixth floor of a building from Calea Mosilor. Andreea Mocanu, who was 17 at that time, suffered serious injuries, being carried to Floreasca Emergency Hospital where she was admitted in a serious condition in the intensive care ward with multiple traumas. The prosecutors sent Tranca to court under the accusations of qualified murder attempt and rape in aggravating circumstances. Andreea Mocanu was civil party in the case, demanding RON 250,000 moral damages and RON 50,000 material damages from the medic.

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