Juana rivas has entered the Center for Social Insertion (CIS) Matilde Cantos de Granada to serve the final sentence of two and a half years in prison for not having delivered his children to the father in the summer of 2017, as reported this Friday by his lawyer, Carlos Aránguez.
The lawyer already advanced that this neighbor of Maracena (Granada) was not going to “evade” the admission to the jail decreed by the Criminal Court 1, although again accused this body of not “addressing any of the arguments” that he has transferred as a party, among others, the appeals and reform appeals that he has presented against his imprisonment.
Rivas, what He has also requested a pardon from the Government, is firmly condemned for having remained in the summer of 2017 in an unknown location with her two children so as not to hand them over to the father, the Italian Francesco Arcuri, who in 2009 was convicted of injuring her and whom she again denounced for abuse in 2016.
Rivas’s lawyer is also confident that he will soon be able to obtain the third prison degree and that he achieves the “total pardon” that he has requested from the Government.
The lawyer advanced this Wednesday that Rivas was not going to “evade” the admission to prison decreed by the Criminal Court 1, although he again accused this judicial body of not “addressing any of the arguments” that he had transferred as a party, among others, the appeals and reform appeals filed against his imprisonment.
Aránguez explained that the aforementioned court had already notified him that he had filed the appeal against his entry into prison, but regretted that the transfer of the same to the rest of the parties so that they could allege what they considered appropriate within a period of five working days had been produced ten days after submission.
This left the request “without material sense”, since the appeal will be resolved after the deadline granted to present Juana to justice and proceed to his entry into prison, which finally occurred this Friday.
In his opinion, such an attitude supposed “a form of institutional mistreatment” to Rivas by the Criminal Court 1 of Granada, for not addressing any of the arguments that were presented to him in this execution.
The head of the Criminal Court 1 of Granada, Manuel Piñar, was in charge of prosecuting Rivas in his day and the one who finally agreed to his entry into prison, once the Supreme Court had a firm ruling on this case.
The events took place in the summer of 2017, when the mother remained unaccounted for a month with her two children so as not to hand them over to the father on the grounds of protecting them from him, the Italian Francesco Arcuri, who in 2009 was convicted of injuring her and whom she again denounced for mistreatment in 2016.
After several requests for her to return her children and after her ex-partner denounced the disappearance, the accused handed over the two children a month later in Granada.
The Hearing of Granada and the Criminal Court number 1 of Granada appreciated that the defendant had committed two crimes of abduction of minors, one for each child, in breach of the judicial decisions that forced her to be handed over to the father who had custody of the children. themselves by judicial provision.
The Supreme court finally considered that, although article 225 bis of the Penal Code always refers to the “minor”, in the singular, the title where the norm is located, alludes to family relationships, hence it finally condemned her for a single offense to punishment two years and six months in prison, in addition to the loss of parental authority.