The Supreme Court has acquitted a Spanish Navy (female) corporal, after having been sentenced to 3-years’ imprisonment for insulting a superior.
The Spanish Supreme Court has rejected a claim made by a man to have his child-maintenance payments refunded to him after he found out that his daughter was not his.
The national energy company, Repsol, has lodged an appeal with the Supreme Court against the Government’s decision to lower the price of butane.
The Supreme Court of the land has upheld a guilty sentence of a man who hired a hitman to kill his boss.
This appears to be another case of the perils involved in obtaining a building licence in Spain.
The Mayor of Nerja has announced that the Málaga branch of the Regional Supreme Court has decided in favour of Nerja concerning La Coladilla golf course area.
The conservative Central Government is doing all it can to make it illegal for people to demonstrate in front of its offices and the homes of their MP’s.
The Supreme Court has just backed a Royal Decree issued by the socialist government in November 2010, which opened the way for these policeman to carry out military functions in overseas deployment.
The highest law court in the land has declared the building licence for Hotel Playa Cotobro in Almuñécar as null and void.