Valerian CIOCLEI, PhD
Full Professor of Criminal Law
University of Bucharest, Law Faculty



Lately, in Romania, ever more deeds which might be classified as “big corruption”, namely those involving important state officials, politicians or even judges, are committed under the constitution of organized criminal groups.
Most case files regarding such matters are based on accusations made by persons in remand.
The present essay aims to draw attention towards the need to interpret such denunciations with great prudence, given the particular situation in which the persons concerned find themselves.

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