Libel. Ossigeno’s Legal aid to the blogger sued by the mayor of Trapani (Sicily)

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A contribute to cover the defence costs incurred in defending himself against libel charges in relation to the publication of articles on the city's administrative activities

Calabria. Videos of the assault on Angela Caponnetto acquired as evidence at the trial

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In 2017 journalists and cameramen were threatened while they were reporting on the infiltration of organized crime in the management of a centre for migrants

Syracuse. Journalist and interviewee sentenced to prison now acquitted in the Supreme Court

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An 8-year judicial odyssey. They were sued by a former prosecutor.who, According to the Cassation Court, they legitimately criticized and acted for public interest

Rocchelli trial: when the appeal judges overturn the judgments of first degree

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The opinion of the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro on the acquittal of Vitaly Markiv for the death of the italian photojournalist

Rocchelli trial. The judgment of the appeal court: Markiv acquitted, no one is guilty

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In first instance Markiv had been sentenced to 24 years of imprisonment - The compensation to the civil parties from him and from the Ukrainian State cancelled

Defamation bill. The maxi-fines proposed by Senate are more punishing than prison

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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

Rome. 2 far-right leaders sentenced to 5 years for the robbery to 2 reporters at a rally

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The judgment of the Court. The reporters, attacked on January 2019, were defended by Ossigeno's Free Legal Aid Office, through the lawyer Andrea Di Pietro

Italy. Defamation draft bill. The Senate introduces new alarming punitive rules

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With the first round of votes to abolish imprisonment but increasing fines 20-40 times and reviving punitive rules of the Fascist penal code and others - By Giuseppe F. Mennella

Jail for journalists? Unclear Italian government response to the Council of Europe

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He says that there is a bill in Parliament to abolish imprisonment but in the reply the government does not declare what its political will is in this regard. For or against?

No imprisonment. Order of Journalists will be heard by Supreme Court

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On April 21st 2020 the Order of Journalists will participate in the hearing at the Supreme Court debating a constitutional exception to prison sentencing in cases of libel