Charge against trucking boss Simiona Tuteru to return to court

When granting a stay on the remaining charge in March, Lasry found that the court’s processes had been “used oppressively and unfairly by the Director of Public Prosecutions at various stages of this case”.

He said that the DPP must have known for more than a year that the manslaughter charges were not viable, but that the prosecutor’s office undertook a “glaring and oppressive” misuse of court process by continuing with the charges, and showed indifference and a lack of respect…

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