The opinion of the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro on the acquittal of Vitaly Markiv for the death of the italian photojournalist
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Amendments by various political parties propose to set the minimum fine (which is now € 516) at 10, 20 or 40 thousand euro
About the recent decision by which the Supreme Court annulled a 8 month prison sentence of a journalist
Justice short-circuited because the memorandum submitted to the Constitutional Court appears inconsistent with the guidelines of Parliament and the European Court of Human Rights.
This is the balance sheet of the first five years of the Free Legal Aid office of Ossigeno coordinated by the barrister Andrea Di Pietro.
The decision of the magistrate to refer it to the Constitutional Court was explained by the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro at the conference “Much Mafia, Little News” of the 10th May 2019 It is uncomfortable to have to admit it, but it has been lawmakers who have historically introduced the worst threat to journalists: imprisonment. […]
Lawyer Andrea Di Pietro comments on an innovative judgment by which the Cassation Court has adopted the concept of “punitive damages” and the abuse of the process coming from the US legal tradition.
This principle coming from the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights was recalled by lawyer Andrea Di Pietro in the defence of Raffaella Fanelli. The investigative judge in Milan dismissed defamation charges against the journalist
More benefits for citizens but the right of journalists to publish data without the consent of the interested parties seems at risk. A short essay by the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro