Sobre el fondo jurídico del caso de prevaricación contra Baltasar Garzón

El Observador Incisivo

Artículos y comentarios sobre los apectos jurídicos de la querella contra Juez Baltasar Garzón, con respecto a hechos de la guerra civil, se listan a continuación:

Antonio Casado, “El juez y la prevaricación,” EUROPA PRESS / OTR, 13 de abril de 2010

Boutique Legal, “Baltasar Garzón: prevaricación y competencia,” SUR.es
(blogs.diariosur.es), 15 de abril de 2010

“Prevaricación, in Case Law — Spain” (Jurisprudencia española), vLEX Spain

Manifiesto de Apoyo al Juez Garzón
www.congarzon.com

Se acusan a los acusadores de Garzón; el caso Garzón es una mancha en el Poder Judicial de España, The Trenchant Observer,
14 de abril de 2010

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