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Calin Nistor wants to limit the phone tapping and audio-video records in the DNA files

Calin Nistor, proposed for the office of deputy chief prosecutor of DNA, wants that phone tapping and audio-video records are used in files only if the respective deeds cannot be proved by other means, in order to avoid “intruding in the intimate life of a person.” Calin Nistor presents Thursday his management project for the position of deputy chief-prosecutor of the DNA, for which he was proposed by the minister of Justice, and will answer the questions of the Section for prosecutors of the Superior Council of Magistracy. In his management project, prosecutor Calin Nistor shows that phone tapping and audio-video records should be used in DNA files only if the respective deeds cannot be proved by other means, thus avoiding the intrusion in the intimate life of the respective person.

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