While the family’s case for damages and prejudice takes place this morning
Monday the Superior Court will deal with Joran van der Sloot’s appeal to obtain documents from the Public Prosecutor
Bon Dia Aruba; January 13, 2006 (Translation: Hat Tip: Getagrip)
ORANJESTAD Ã¢â‚¬” While this morning at 9 o’clock the court will deal with the case of damages and prejudice the v.d. Sloot family brought against the government, Monday, members of the Superior Court will deal with Joran v.d. Sloot’s appeal to obtain documents from the Public Prosecutor.
DAMAGES AND PREJUDICE
As Bon Dia Aruba has published, this morning Mr. Paul van der Sloot, accompanied by his lawyer, Mr. Swaen, will present himself in court to deal with the case of damages and prejudice against the government.
This week, the Superior Court handed down its judgment in the case of Mr. Paul van der Sloot and decided that not only Mr. Paul van der Sloot, but also his family, among others Joran van der Sloot, can bring a case of damages and prejudice.
It is Bon Dia Aruba’s understanding that this type of case is conducted behind closed doors. However, Bon Dia Aruba will undertake all efforts to obtain information about this case to be able to inform our readers.
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