The hearing was set for November 25 to debate the formalization of the investigation into the death of Valentina González, an event recorded inside a motel in Quintero. The lawyer who presents the family indicated that they expect charges to be filed against two people and the arrest of one of them ordered, since he intends to leave the country.
The Court of First Instance and Guarantee of Quintero -in the region of Valparaíso– set a hearing for the end of November to debate the formalization of the investigation into the death inside a motel of Valentina González.
The Public Ministry ruled out having made a decision in this stage of the process, while the plaintiff attorney requested to file charges against two companions of the victim, assuring that one of them intends to leave the country.
< p>A hearing was set for Friday, November 25, to discuss the formalization of the investigation into the death of Valentina González Heresmann, who was found dead near a motel at the end of July of this year. >
The plaintiff attorney Cynthia Pérez, who represents the victim's family, affirmed that the request was filed with the Quintero Court of First Instance and Guarantee, where they are waiting Charges are filed for the crime of qualified homicide against a man and a woman who accompanied the young woman.
The man is the one who is accused of having contacted relatives after Valentina's death, including a magistrate who is part of the Judicial Power, who would have entered the place where the 27-year-old woman was found.
Action that was questioned by Paula Vigouroux, a lawyer and friend of the victim, who recounted how the magistrate acted on the premises.
There are errands pending to clarify the death of Valentina González
Ad portasof the hearing requested by the lawyer representing the family, Quintero's chief prosecutor, Luis Ventura, indicated that there are still pending proceedings, therefore, it is not in a position to determine an eventual formalization of the case.< /strong>
The complainant announced that she hopes to request the precautionary measure of national roots, ruling out that at this stage of the investigation there is a background to require preventive detention.
This article describes an ongoing judicial process There is a possibility that the charges will be dismissed at the end of the investigation , for which the defendant(s) should NOT be considered guilty until the Court rules against them.
(Article 04 of the Code of Criminal Procedure)