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    Fonsai: Giulia Ligresti 16 thousand euros for unjust detention

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    (ANSA) – MILAN, MAY 10 – One thousand euros a day. This is the compensation for unjust detention ordered by the fifth court of appeal of Milan against Giulia Ligresti for 16 days spent in prison, those from 17 July to 2 August 2013, and not for the following ones and for the period spent under house arrest. , as part of the Turin investigation into the Fonsai case. Investigation for which the daughter of the builder Salvatore Ligresti had negotiated a final sentence of 2 and a half years of imprisonment shortly after the arrest, then canceled six years later.

    The Milanese judges have rejected a request for compensation for miscarriage of one million and 300 thousand euros.

    In fact, the college denied the millionaire relief as it held that Giulia Ligresti was entitled to compensation only for the 16 days in the cell preceding the plea bargain filed on August 2 of that year. And this is because the request to settle is an “unequivocal manifestation of the will of the accused” and “presupposes his implicit acknowledgment of responsibility”.

    The thousand euros a day is a higher figure than the standard average but calibrated on the “media hype” of the arrest and on the “particular afflictiveness” of the detention. (HANDLE).

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    Source: Ansa

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