Customs & Criminology

Finding Home Customs Criminology Book designThe first of many snippets for you to view, comment and evaluate. What I am looking for in your feedback comments include your initial reaction, would you read on and any advise on
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Having given my statement and following correct procedures, current address, purpose of travel and so on, I was given a draft letter, which was explained, by the interpreter of course, to me.

“So what do I do now?”

The reply was the same as I had already heard and would continue to hear for some time.

The interpreter turned to me and casually expressed his understanding of English and summarised the judicial statements made within the court over the previous 15 minutes as “no problem you can go, take this letter”.

The letter informed me that I should attend a hearing at the Malaga courts at 11:30 on 14th January 2008.

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