Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Penalty for drunkenness set aside

The Military Chamber of the Spanish Supreme Court has set aside the punishment of a student at the Civil Guard NCOs academy who showed up for duty highly inebriated, according to this story in Europa Press. It would seem that the punishment was set aside because no one outside of the military was aware of the civil guard's drunkenness. (Spanish-language readers: please feel free to clarify or correct.)

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