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Protected witness jurisprudence

Many are the doubts of a technical expert that invade us at the time of claiming some circumstance caused by acts related to the building or construction that goes through an expert report before a purchase-sale, inheritances, relations between the intervening agents in the building process, damages caused in the real estate in periods of guarantees…etc.

It is then when we should ask ourselves… What are our rights and obligations, what are the claim and warranty periods available to me, what to do if my property is delivered to me with defects, who are responsible for the state in which my property is delivered to me, how can I get advice on how to make a claim?

Secondly, many other questions are answered in the extensive legislation that exists and affects the expert reports in building. We would like to remind you that those everyday questions that we ask when carrying out any real estate transaction, aspects related to architecture or, above all, directly related to construction or works, are covered by the Law.

Witness Rights in Criminal Proceedings

About human rights defendersThe term “human rights defender” is used to describe a person who, individually or together with others, strives to promote or protect human rights. They are known primarily by what they do, and the best way to explain what they are is to describe their activities (see section A below).

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Human rights advocates must recognize the universal nature of human rights, as proclaimed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights[3]. One cannot deny some people some human rights and at the same time claim to be a defender of these rights because he or she recognizes them for others. For example, it would be unacceptable to defend the human rights of men but deny the same rights to women.

[3] Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution 217 A (III) of 10 December 1948. See Fact Sheet No. 2, International Bill of Human Rights (Rev.1).

Who cannot be a witness in a criminal trial

It is recurrent the debate on the obligatory nature or not to always carry the DNI, and with the entry into force of the new Organic Law for the Protection of Citizen Security, popularly known as “Gag Law”, it seems that doubts about it have arisen again, specifically as a result of a recent news in which it was claimed that a national deputy of PODEMOS had been fined in the LGTBI pride parade in Murcia for not carrying the DNI.

The regulation of the National Identity Card (DNI) is contained in Royal Decree 1553/2005, of December 23, 2005, and its wording can give rise, if desired, to various interpretations.

It can be argued that the obligation to exhibit it imposed by article 2.2 of R.D. 1553/2005, implies per se the obligation to carry it, however we cannot agree with this broad interpretation of this regulation for many reasons:

3) Because the third paragraph of article 12 of the now repealed Decree 196/1976, of February 6, which regulated the National Identity Card, established that all persons obliged to obtain the National Identity Card are also obliged to carry it permanently with them and to show it when duly requested to do so by the Authority or its Agents. However, this precept was modified on several occasions until it was configured as it is currently in force, and in which the legislator wanted to explicitly eliminate the mandate to carry the National Identity Card at all times (Art. 2.2 of Royal Decree 1553/2005, of December 23).

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Can the police enter my home without a warrant? 2020

To comply with the subpoena, you must go to our website to complete and submit the online Jury Questionnaire and Qualification form by the date indicated on the subpoena at the latest.

Please note: If you do not have access to the Internet, you must dial our jury message line at (505) 841-7510, beginning after 4:30 p.m. on the Friday before your scheduled service date, and every business day during your service period. The same website message will be recorded there.

Yes, but with important restrictions. Please read the following carefully. Effective November 1, 2013, the court’s policy on such devices has changed. Each time you enter the court building, you will be required to present a juror e-voucher. You will NOT be allowed to enter the courthouse with any of these items if you do not have your voucher. The jury division will mail such vouchers to the regular Jury approximately one week prior to the start of the service period. For the Grand Jury, the vouchers will be distributed during the initial orientation session; therefore, those summoned for the Grand Jury will not be able to bring any of the above items to the initial orientation session. The voucher is valid only during the period of service and may be used only when reporting for jury duty; it may not be used when going to court for personal reasons. DO NOT LOSE THIS VOUCHER; IT CANNOT BE REPLACED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. ONLY ONE VOUCHER WILL BE ISSUED PER JUROR. Please note that if you are serving jury duty in a trial, you must follow the judge’s instructions regarding the possession and use of such devices.

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