When the prosecutor must assess whether a case should be raised, it can be an advantage to be completely general civil rather than politiansat.
Are you politiansat, you run the risk of namely, to be charged with a petitesse. The experience lawyer Jakob Buch-Jepsen.
And the discrimination should, according to the lawyer, not only viewed in relation to the distinction between civilians and police officers.
It also comes to the fore in relation to the regions, he explains to Politiforbundets fagmagasin the Danish Police. It is his opinion that the cases against police officers, such as emergency health service transport, and other færdselsforhold more often being erected to the west of the great belt.
According to the 44-year-old Jakob Buch-Jepsen raises the public Prosecutor in Viborg far more cases that should not be raised, than it does in Copenhagen.
"I am shaken. It is as if police officers are to prøvekaniner. It is the prosecution's obligation to remain objective and not make the police less favourably than others," he says to the Politiforbundets media and continues:
"the Principles of the travel cases should be the same, even if it is cases of emergency health service transport, and thus can be difficult to compare with cases involving civilians."
Jakob Buch-Jepsen has even experience to sit on the side of the table, which he now criticizes.
In the 17 years he worked even in the prosecution, in 2018 was admitted to the bar at Koch/Christensen law firm in Copenhagen.
Before he reached the dog to stand for one of the recent most talked about criminal matters: the Case of the killing of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall. On jobskiftet he explained at the time:
"My job change is due to a desire for further personal development. To work with broader jurisdictions and the desire to klientkontakt - to be able to represent and advise clients."
And some of these clients are the police officers, as the attorney general has regularly raised cases against.Date Of Update: 10 December 2019, 17:00