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February 27, 2021

CSM judge accuses DNA

Judge Adrian Neacsu, tribunal representative in the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM), holds that the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) prosecutors made an ID search of the central unit of his CSM computer without the green light from the judiciary Section, an action he reckons as “despotic and illegal”. “I firmly protest the serious encroachment by the DNA of the legal norms on the protection of judicial independence and express my deep concern over such extremely dangerous precedent being created by DNA prosecutors violating legal dispositions on searches of judge assets,” according to the judge’s press release. DNA replied that prosecutors ordered on Feb 2013 investigations being extended to include judge and CSM member Neagu Adrian-Toni, in connection to corruption deeds, under 78/2000, in a case file wherein he had been charged last January.

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