Court of Appeals confirms periodic reporting measure to Remy Carreira
The measure was imposed by an act of gender violence to the detriment of Judy Meana, registered on August 28 at a residence in Panama Oeste.
In an appeal hearing, the precautionary measure of periodic reporting and impediment from leaving the country was confirmed to the lawyer Remy Carreira, accused of gender violence to the detriment of the vice mayor of Panama, Judy Meana.
He is also prohibited from approaching the victim and must go to psychological treatment.
The Public Ministry requested the preventive detention measure with the intention of safeguarding the alleged victim during the investigations, however the Magistrates of the Superior Court of Appeals, considered that "what was raised at the hearing by the intervening parties, lacked sufficient arguments, to procedurally support the need for a measure other than that applied by the Judge of Guarantees."
The hearing was developed virtually.
Carreira, is accused of gender violence and libidinous acts. This after Meana filed a complaint for abuse, after allegedly being attacked by her romantic partner, Carreira, who was issued the precautionary measure of periodic reporting three days a week.
The event was recorded last Saturday in a residence in Panama Oeste. Once Meana was referred to the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences (Imelcf) for her medical examination, the authorities found the alleged aggressor and apprehended him.