A teacher who sexually abused an eight year old girl in his care has been jailed for two years after the Supreme Court of Andalucía refused his appeal. The case dates back to the 2003-2004 school year, when the teacher used his position to befriend the girl and her parents. He is understood to have offered to give her free classes at his home to help her with her course-work, and over the course of Continue reading Paedophile teacher gets two years
The Priors, whose home was demolished in Vera in 2008, and who have since become the human face of the illegal homes scandal, have had their claim for compensation against Vera townhall rejected by the Supreme Court of Andalucia (TSJA). Vera and the Priors have been wrangling in the courts over the issue of a €740,650 compensation claim issued against the town for having granted them building licenses which were later revoked by the Junta Continue reading Prior’s compensation case rejected by Supreme Court
The flipping hotel was built on a legal building license, and the claims by the ecologists have been thrown out of court on a technicality, the High Court of Andalucia ruled today. The Algarrobico building license was legally issued according to the situation at the time (2003) said the panel of judges today, overturning a series of lower court rulings that all said the opposite. The ruling furthermore states that the rights of the promoter Continue reading Algarrobico building license was legal, rules High Court
The Judges who ruled last week that the land the Algarrobico hotel was built on is urbanisable have had a criminal denuncia for abuse of power filed against them by ecologist groups. The Junta de Andalucia also said Saturday that it had grave reservations about the ruling, which it said showed “a lack of legal leadership”.
The Supreme Court of Andalucia (TSJA) has approved the results of the Mojacar elections, and return Rosa Mari to power. The Court approved the decision of the Junta Electoral del Zona (JEZ) that the scrutiny of the votes was “correct in the essentials” after a recount shuffled some of the councillors around, and added that the fact that there may have been initial errors in the counting did not mean the final result was changed. Continue reading Mojacar elections results approved by Supreme Court