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Malaga judge rejects report from uncle’s lawyers claiming little Julen who died in well was killed by rescue worker’s...
The evidence is consistent with Julen’s father Jose’s version of events after he fell into the hole, which recount that his son was still alive and not killed instantly
‘DADDY STABBED MUMMY THEN STABBED HIMSELF’: Gibraltar man facing life for murdering ‘beautiful’ wife also stabbed himself, daughter says
“Daddy was stabbing himself, mummy on the floor, daddy on the floor”
CATALUNYA CRISIS: ‘I am a political prisoner’ says Catalan leader as 12 separatists go on trial in Spain
Around 90% of Catalan voters backed independence, but the turn-out at the polls was just 43%
Bar owner in Spain who said ‘I don’t want black people here’ fined €1,500 after refusing to let black...
On top of the fine, the bar owner will now also be banned from working in the leisure, teaching and sporting sectors for 30 months
Costa del Sol policeman gets 18-month sentence for drink driving and faces charge for fatal accident
Police said he had booze on his breath, but that he sped away in a car on the other side of the road to avoid being breathalysed
DOUBLE TROUBLE: Ronaldo gets 23-month jail sentence and €18.8m fine for tax evasion in Spain as Alonso maintains innocence
Unlike Ronaldo, Alonso did not accept a deal put forward by prosecutors
“When you go to court nobody asks for your credentials,” veteran Marbella lawyer Antonio Flores told the Olive Press
UK and Irish investors claim €35 million for ‘ghost developments’ on Spain’s Costa del Sol that were never built
Now, after a ruling by the Spanish Supreme Court last year, some 60,000 foreign investors, a large proportion Irish and British, are able to claim money back from the banks, rather than property developers.
Judges in Spain let ‘Wolf Pack rapists’ roam free after delaying 9-year sentence for brutal sex attack
FREED: Judges have batted down calls for provisional prison sentences for the convicted 'Wolf Pack' sex attackersTHE...
Stephen Lawrence murder suspect who ran €4.5 million cannabis empire ‘fled to Spain and used fake name’ court hears
Those present heard how in two years Acourt's drug runners made 34 600-mile-round trips between London and South Shields to sell cannabis resin
Expat hot dog seller who stabbed customer to death after food hygiene row in Spain sentenced to 8 years
The murder happened on the night of 12 April in 2017, two days after the victim's son had argued with Adriel about food hygiene
WANTED: Police issue urgent appeal to find absconded British drug dealer believed to be hiding on Costa del Sol
The Brit and his gang were arrested after finding €44,000 worth of cannabis
After the woman fell down and hit her head on the pavement she was rushed to the Moisès Broggi Hospital in a critical condition, where she died days later
If found guilty Dani Mateo could be slapped with a fine or a prison sentence for 'offending' Spanish symbols
An uncle and nephew were only cleared of the more serious offence of sexual assault - Spain's equivalent to rape
Five arrested in Spain’s Andalucia as police bust ‘black magic’ prostitution ring that held 22 women captive
Voodoo or black magic was used to intimidate the women if they refused to have sex and their captors would also fine them €50
AFTER a legal case against a hotel in Gibraltar, a settlement has been awarded by paying a resident in a bag of coins.Martyn Brown,...
THE distribution company connected to the rotten meat scandal has announced that they too will take the dodgy company to court.The Association of Food...
A 36-year-old Spanish man who sexually abused his cousin while she was unconscious has been sentenced to five years in prison. The offence, dating back...
District Judge William Ashworth said some of the evidence given by Chappell was ‘not credible’ with some of his explanations ‘making no sense’.
He is accused of defrauding the tax authorities of €870,728 in 2013 and 2014.
The judge ruled that there was a legal clash with Article 154 of the country’s civil code, relating to parental responsibilities.
It has been 12 years since Jon Clarke first step through the doors at the Palacio de Miramar and since then a lot has changed.
Last month, a student was given a suspended prison sentence after tweeting about the 1973 assassination of Francoist Prime Minister Admiral Blanco
A judge has thrown out the case at a preliminary trial, ruling that there is ‘no evidence of a criminal offence’