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December 3, 2021
JUSTICE

Members of the Supreme Court five-judge panels established by random draw following Constitutional Court ruling

The High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) appointed on Friday by public draw the members of the five-panel judges to sit on trials in 2018, following a relevant ruling by the Constitutional Court.

Top court President, justice Cristina Tarcea performed the draw, with the two court Vice Presidents attending.

The members of the panels are as follows: Criminal panel 1: Rodica Cosma, Valentin Horia Selaru, Simona Cristina Nenita, Francisca Maria Vasile and Ioana Alina Ilie. Substitutes: Tatiana Rog, Florentina Dragomir, Andrei Claudiu Rus, Luciana Mera and Sandel Macavei.

This panel handles the cases where high-profilers Liviu Dragnea, Toni Grebla, Victor Ponta or Sebastian Ghita are being tried.

Criminal panel 2: Lavinia Lefterache, Ionut Matei, Gheorghe Aurel Ilie, Stefan Pistol and Ioana Bogdan. Substitutes: Oana Burnel, Rodica Aida Popa, Maricela Cobzariu, Leontina Serban, Ilie Iulian Dragomir.

This panel is looking at cases where Calin Popescu-Tăriceanu, Sebastian Ghita, Iulian Badescu, and Cristian David appear as defendants.

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