Meeting with Me Angélique Macrel, a Norman lawyer in the big business court

First time (2/5). Paris-Normandie devotes a portrait to one of the major players in a trial in the assize court or in a criminal court, whom he recently discovered. Today: Me Angélique Macrel, lawyer at the bar of Rouen and originally from Eure. “I got a taste for it. As always, this is what drives … Read more

Tried for voyeurism, a Parisian lawyer sentenced to a one-year suspended prison sentence

Found guilty of having filmed under the skirts of three young women, Patrick T. appealed against this decision. “One Friday evening, I was handing in research to my boss Patrick T. During my presentation, my eye was caught by some light. I looked and saw this phone, under my skirt.” On January 8, three young … Read more

Tried for voyeurism, a Parisian lawyer sentenced to a one-year suspended prison sentence

Found guilty of having filmed under the skirts of three young women, Patrick T. appealed against this decision. “One Friday night, I was handing in research to my boss Patrick T. During my presentation, my eye was caught by some light. I looked and saw this phone, under my skirt.” On January 8, three young … Read more

Éric Dupond-Moretti, from respected lawyer to maligned Minister of Justice

Will Éric Dupond-Moretti put on his black lawyer robe one day? Will we again see the fiery tenor with 145 acquittals scrapped at the assizes? Initially, the hypothesis did not seem excluded. Some lawyers or magistrates thought that “Dupond” was in great danger of being yet another “meteorite” minister of civil society, who would return … Read more

Anti-sanitary pass lawyer Fabrice Di Vizio targeted by disciplinary proceedings

JUSTICE – Fabrice Di Vizio, figure of the anti-sanitary pass movement and lawyer at the Paris bar, is the subject of a disciplinary investigation and risks radiation. Emergencies with AFP – 2021-11-11T06:17:52.383+01:00 Lawyer Fabrice Di Vizio has been increasing massive appeals against the government’s management of the health crisis for more than a year. A … Read more

British lawyer Karim Khan will be the next ICC chief prosecutor

Published on : 02/12/2021 – 23:35Modified : 02/13/2021 – 13:16 Karim Khan, 50, will succeed Gambian Fatou Bensouda on June 16 as Attorney General of the International Criminal Court. He was elected to a nine-year term by 72 out of 122 votes on Friday. He will be in charge of voluminous cases and complex cases, … Read more

Alain Jakubowicz, the lawyer for “noble causes” in defense of Nordahl Lelandais

On the eve of the trial, Mr.andAlain Jakubowicz does not want to speak. His word, the lawyer from Lyon reserves it to the Court of Assizes of Savoy. And in defense of his client, Nordahl Lelandais who, from this Monday, May 3, will be tried in Chambéry in a trial under high media attention. For … Read more

Google and Meta accused of having entered into an anti-competitive agreement

The leaders of the two Internet giants are the subject of a complaint filed this Friday by several American states. The most senior executives of Google and Meta (Facebook’s parent company) were directly involved in an illegal agreement signed in 2018 to establish their domination of the online advertising market, according to the accusations of … Read more

Éric Dupond-Moretti targeted by a complaint for threats against a lawyer

The Keeper of the Seals, then a lawyer, allegedly insulted a colleague and threatened her physically. A complaint against the Keeper of the Seals Éric Dupond-Moretti was filed Tuesday, September 21 at the Evreux court, according to revelations from Mediapart and HuffPost. According to the two sources, it is a criminal lawyer, Nathalie Tomasini, who … Read more

Claude Guéant has repaid “all of his debt”, says his lawyer

Nicolas Sarkozy’s former interior minister has been imprisoned since Monday in the Paris Health Remand Prison, pursuant to a 2017 conviction in the so-called “cabinet bonuses” case. Claude Guéant announced on Sunday, through his lawyer, that he paid the Public Treasury all the sums he still owed following his final conviction in the so-called “cabinet … Read more