The suspension of Veronica Cirstoiu, discussed today by the CSM

The section for judges of the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM) will discuss today the suspension of judge Veronica Cirstoiu, from the Bucharest Court of Appeals, who was remanded in a case about a bribe of more than EUR 1 M, allegedly paid for favourable verdicts in criminal lawsuits, Agerpres reports. According to the CSM website, the suspension of judge Veronica Cirstoiu is a consequence of the criminal probe that was launched. Veronica Cirstoiu and her son Florin Cergan were remanded some two weeks ago for bribe taking and complicity to influence peddling. According to the DNA, Cirstoiu received, via intermediaries, the sum of EUR 1.2 M in exchange of favourable verdicts which she gave in criminal lawsuits, including the revision of the 7-year prison sentence of Dinel Staicu.

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