The Superior Court of Justice of Navarre (TSJN) has decided this Wednesday to keep the sentence to nine years in prison for a continuing crime of sexual abuse with pre-emption to the five members of La Manada, who had resorted to punishment imposed by the Second Section of the Audiencia de Navarra on the five defendants. The ruling includes a private vote of two magistrates who requested that they be sentenced to 14 years in prison for sexual assault to the young woman from Madrid on July 7, 2016 in Pamplona.
The resolution can be appealed in cassation before the Supreme Court, according to the text, which states that the plenary session of the Civil and Criminal Chamber of the TSJN considers one of the grounds for the appeals, specifically with regard to the acquittal of the defendants of the Supreme Court. crime against privacy, by the partial recording of the facts. The Chamber ratifies the decision of the Provincial Court to give plausibility to the statement of the complainant, the main proof of charge.