Gonzáles Chávez was suspended for the exercise of his duties as a judge for a period of 5 years
The Judiciary (PJ) announced this afternoon that the Supreme Court has issued nine months of preventive detention against Emilio Gonzáles Chávez, a judge accused of collecting one bribes to people who are being prosecuted for committing fraud.
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The above-mentioned magistrate is being investigated for the crime of specific passive bribery, in which he would have suffered before the alleged receipt of a bribe of 4,000 soles, according to the PJ.
In addition to other measures, it was determined that the lawyer was suspended in the exercise of his duties as a judge for a period of 5 years. As is known, Gonzales served as president of the Sixth High Chamber with free prisoners from the Supreme Court of Lima.
According to information from the PJ, the magistrate would have asked for 30 thousand soles of bribery, with delivery being carried out in 2 parts of each 15 soles and arrested when the delivery of the 4,000 soles came into effect.
Supreme Court reigns for 9 months preventive detention against judge Emilio Gonzáles Chávez, investigated for the alleged receipt of a kickback of 4,000 soles. In addition, the referred magistrate is suspended in the exercise of his functions as a judge for a period of 5 years. pic.twitter.com/jT4nKXBYAu
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