Dan-Bunkering case continues following claim of potential bias

The Dan-Bunkering case continues following a bias claim from the defense attorneys against a member of the court with an extensive military background. Among other things, the lay judge's shirt, embellished with a NASA logo, was pointed out as a cause for concern. The prosecutor disagreed – as did the judge.

The District Court in Odense, Denmark. | Photo: Claus Fisker/Ritzau Scanpix

The claim of potential bias concerning a member of the court in the Dan-Bunkering case has now been resolved.

Today, Wednesday, judge Jens Lind of the District Court in Odense, Denmark, ruled that the concerns of impartiality regarding the lay judge in question are ungrounded.

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