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Judge Gabriela Hardt sets deadlines for final charges for the Atibaia site that is married to Lula | Parana



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Federal Judge Gabriela Hardt, in lieu of the 13th Federal Justice Court Curitiba, set out deadlines for the final allegations at the Atibaia site on Wednesday (21). Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and 12 others are Defendants in Operation Lava Jato.

According to the decision, the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) will have nine days, counting from November 30, to highlight. Petrobras will have two days, between December 11 and 12.

Defendants' defenses have already ten days – from December 13. Due to the Judiciary cut, which will be between December 20 and 6 January, 2019, the deadline for the protection of the introduction of final charges will end on January 7.

With that, the judgment on the case should come out next year.

In questioning, Lula said he did not pay for reforms because he did not own the site at Atibaia - Photo: JN In questioning, Lula said he did not pay for reforms because he did not own the site at Atibaia - Photo: JN

In questioning, Lula said he did not pay for reforms because he did not own the site at Atibaia – Photo: JN

Lula is accused of laundering money and receiving bribes through the renovation and decoration of the property. He served his sentence because he was guilty in the second case in the case of triplex Guaruja.

When receiving the complaint in 2017, Judge Sérgio Moro said that the former president acted as the owner of the site, although the property was not in his name.

The evidence indicated by the judge includes the personal property of the former president and Mrs. Marisa Letícia discovered by the Federal Police during searches at the property.

  • In questioning, Lula said he did not pay for reforms because he did not own the site at Atibaia

O G1 trying to contact the defense of the old president.

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