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March 23, 2023

Court acquits Serban Mihailescu in the case of hunting rifles

UNPR Senator Serban Mihailescu, former head of the General Secretariat of the Government, was definitively acquitted by the Supreme Court on Monday, in a case that had him accused of bribe taking and non-observance of the laws pertaining to weapons and ammunitions. He had been sent in court by the DNA, over receiving nine hunting rifles as bribe.The 5-judge panel of the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) acquitted Mihailescu of all charges, considering that the act of taking bribes does not exist and the non-observance of the legal framework of weapons and ammunitions cannot be demonstrated, because the case lacks a constitutive element of the respective crime. The court also returned to Mihailescu seven hunting rifles which had been impounded during the trial. The DNA prosecutor on Monday asked ICCJ judges to send Serban Mihailescu, known as Miki Spaga (Bribe), behind bars for two years, without probation.

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