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Kjendisadvokat prosecuted for having asked the man to plant the evidence

A well-known lawyer is accused of Statsadvokatene in Vestfold, Telemark and Buskerud to have planted evidence.

Called his brother

According to the Beacon is the background for the case that the lawyer's client was suspected of having robbed a man on the toilet in the Kebebgrillen in Porsgrunn. He had beaten the man in hand so he lost a roll of tusenlapper on the floor.

This he confessed in the interrogation, and to strengthen his own explanation, he told the police where ranspengene lay.

It is in the wake of this interrogation that it takes place in a telephone conversation between the lawyer and the ransmistenktes brother, who now has led to that the lawyer is prosecuted.

According to the indictment told the lawyer brother that the police were going to search bopelen to the brothers ' common mother, to search for the stolen money that his client should have hidden there, and that the client would probably be released if the money was found at the home of his mother.

"He conveyed further that (brother 1) had said that the money would lie 'in a drawer down' and that one had to hope that it was 37 000,- when the police got there. He instructed at the (brother 2) to ensure that there were 37 000,- at the specified place and thus contributed to the planting and/or fabrication of the evidence to deter the police investigation of the criminal case against the (brother 1)", called it in the indictment.

the Lawyer did not acknowledge straffskyld

Dagbladet has been in contact with the lawyer, who did not want to comment on the indictment. He refers to his attorney Erling Olaf Lyngtveit.

- It is not appropriate for my husband to acknowledge straffskyld for the charges. The indictment assumes a purpose of the telephone conversation referred to in the indictment, which he believes is not correct. So he will not acknowledge any criminal liability, " says Lyngtveit to the Newspaper.

- So he is confident that he will be acquitted?

- It is his perception of this, then we'll leave the rest to the court.

district attorney Håvard Kvavåg says to the Beacon that "it is serious for a lawyer to be prosecuted for a criminal offense relationship".

According to the newspaper has ransmistenkte 26-year-old later been sentenced to six months in jail for the heist and several criminal offences. His brother is also judged to have driven narkobutikk on the dark web.

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