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Times of Malta
Employee who injured colleague during argument gets suspended jail termthe injury to be. The court found the accused guilty. It ordered him to pay th
Employee who injured colleague during argument gets suspended jail term
Times of Malta / Posted 7 days ago
the injury to be. The court found the accused guilty. It ordered him to pay the court expenses which amounted to €1,080. Police inspector Kylie Borg prosecuted. Lawyers Franco Debono, Marion Camilleri and Yanika Vidal appeared for the... Read more
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Times of Malta
Court expert controversy rages onrequesting the Constitutional Court to look into the matter. Magistrate Nevill
Court expert controversy rages on
Times of Malta / Posted 8 days ago
requesting the Constitutional Court to look into the matter. Magistrate Neville Camilleri upheld the request. Lawyers Franco Debono, Mario Mifsud and Alfred Abela appeared for Mr Friday while lawyer Joe Mifsud appeared for Mr Uche. On July 2,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Kiosk owners cleared of assaulting plain clothes policemanin the first place. The Cutajars were, however, found guilty of ripping Mr Deb
Kiosk owners cleared of assaulting plain clothes policeman
Times of Malta / Posted 10 days ago
in the first place. The Cutajars were, however, found guilty of ripping Mr Debono's top and breaching public peace and were fined €55 each. Inspector Joseph Agius prosecuted. Lawyers Franco Debono and Marion Camilleri appeared for the... Read more
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Times of Malta
Brothers who scrapped with PA officers denied bailmen pleaded not guilty. The court said that enforcement officials should be al
Brothers who scrapped with PA officers denied bail
Times of Malta / Posted 14 days ago
men pleaded not guilty. The court said that enforcement officials should be allowed to carry out direct actions without any impediments and therefore turned down the request for bail. Lawyers Franco Debono and David Camilleri were defence cou... Read more
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Times of Malta
Heroin dealer who survived bomb blast jailedAugust 2000 and 2001. However, the defendant opted to file an admission, follo
Heroin dealer who survived bomb blast jailed
Times of Malta / Posted 21 days ago
August 2000 and 2001. However, the defendant opted to file an admission, following plea bargaining between defence lawyers Franco Debono, Marion Camilleri and Amadeus Cachia on one side and the Attorney General on behalf of the prosecution. The... Read more
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Times of Malta
Hawker charged with neighbour's attempted murderto justify the behaviour of his client on the grounds of insanity. Sources sai
Hawker charged with neighbour's attempted murder
Times of Malta / Posted 22 days ago
to justify the behaviour of his client on the grounds of insanity. Sources said the two men had several arguments over the past few years. Lawyers Franco Debono and Amadeus Grech appeared for the victim. Police inspector Eliot Magro pro... Read more
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Times of Malta
Drug addict who beat habit spared jailcourt issued a three-year protection order in the victim’s favour, during which
Drug addict who beat habit spared jail
Times of Malta / Posted 24 days ago
court issued a three-year protection order in the victim’s favour, during which the accused would be put under a treatment order. Lawyers Franco Debono and Marion Camilleri were defence counsel, while police inspector Robert Vella... Read more
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Times of Malta
Fallout from disgraced court expert's downfall continuestwo foreigners facing cocaine trafficking charges was due to start on June 1 an
Fallout from disgraced court expert's downfall continues
Times of Malta / Posted 27 days ago
two foreigners facing cocaine trafficking charges was due to start on June 1 and, therefore, had to be postponed. Lawyers Franco Debono, Alfred Abela and Mario Mifsud – representing one of the accused men – have filed an application, arguing that... Read more
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Times of Malta
Underage sex leads to two years' probationthe court placed the accused under a two-year probation order. He was ordered n
Underage sex leads to two years' probation
Times of Malta / Posted 28 days ago
the court placed the accused under a two-year probation order. He was ordered not to molest the minor or face paying a fine of €500. Police inspector Joseph Busuttil prosecuted. Lawyers Franco Debono and Marion Camilleri defended t... Read more

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