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Rose war of two Jena lawyers: A lawyer convicted of several offenses

29.06.2022, 17:26

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A criminal case at the district court in Gera dealt with an accused lawyer.

Photo: Tino Zippel

Gera.
In this law firm in Jena, shreds flew: a dispute over an oversized stack of files and jumping out of the window – the Gera district court has convicted a lawyer.

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