A UK judge recognizes the immunity of Juan Carlos I in Corinna Larsen’s case
The Court of Appeal for England and Wales pleaded guilty against Juan Carlos I For his actions up to the moment of his abdication as King of Spain in 2014. Resolving justice is part of the process being pursued against him United kingdom Because of the alleged harassment of his ex-girlfriend Corinna Larsen Enter 2012 and 2014.
The court recognized the decision appeal It was introduced by the emeritus king to justify that his actions did not belong in his private domain. So, I set out to give it to him immunity In that period, though, his trial could take place for his actions after his abdication.
Overturn the judge’s initial decision
The decision is made after the past November 8th Lawyers for the emeritus king will appear before Court of Appeal for England and Wales The arguments they considered should overturn the judge’s initial decision Matthew Nicklin Not recognizing any immunity of Juan Carlos I.
Specifically, they argued that, according to Larsen, the CNI had been involved in the events by order of the King at the time, they would be Sovereign Acts and Immunity.
During the oral hearing which lasted a bit five hours In a double morning and evening session, the court analyzed the appeal by the former chief state attorney to overturn the court’s decision Decision approved March 24 by Judge Nicklinwhich decided that Don Juan Carlos could not claim any immunity to avoid Larsen’s civil lawsuits.
As a previous step, the July 18th British judges authorized the emeritus monarch to appeal Nicklin’s decision, but only in relation to events that occurred between 2012 and 2014, so the hearing focused on that period, despite the fact that Larsen’s request to draw a time horizon turned up. 2020.
Well, he explained, he was going to press her first Resumption of the relationship And then he would try to hurt her in her work as revenge.
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