STF will decide whether it is possible to review acquittals for murder

The Federal Supreme Court (STF) will judge at the end of August a lawsuit that could allow someone found guilty of intentional murder, but who has been acquitted in the jury court, to be tried again and eventually convicted of the crime.. This is an issue that divides the legal community, opposing the Public Ministry (MP) and the legal profession on the one hand. The MP understands that these acquittals lead to impunity for dangerous criminals. Already part of the lawyers consider that the jurors, even convinced that a defendant intentionally killed another person, can forgive him, out of compassion or pity, for example. The specific case to be analyzed involves the acquittal of a man who tried to kill another who was the confessed murderer of his stepson. Therefore, the jurors opted for pardon, even admitting that the attempted murder actually took place. The decision of the STF will have general repercussion, which means that the understanding to be signed will apply to all similar cases that are processed in the courts. According to data from the National Council of Justice (CNJ), there are at least 52 such cases awaiting a decision from the Supreme Court.

União Brasil announced that Mato Grosso do Sul senator Soraya Thronicke will be the party’s candidate in this year’s presidential elections.. The announcement was made at a press conference with the presence of federal deputy Luciano Bivar, national president of the legend, who last Sunday (31) announced the withdrawal of the candidacy for the presidency of the Republic. For Thronicke to be effectively the candidate of União Brasil, she needs to have her name approved at the party’s national convention, scheduled for this Friday (5). Although some segments of the party still show resistance to the candidacy, the vice president of the party, Antônio de Rueda, stated at the press conference that there is consensus within the party to confirm the candidacy. In his speech, Soraya said that the government plan that was built for Bivar’s candidacy remains, but with a “feminine touch”. The name of the vice-presidential candidate has not yet been defined.

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