Remus Truica, Printul Paul, Dan Andronic, Marius Marcovici, Lucian Mateescu, Nela Pavaloiu, Theodor Chiriac, Nicolae Jecu, Valentin Delcea and Niculae Dima, defendants in the Baneasa Farm file, are to be further under judicial control for the next 60 days, according to the decision taken by the Brasov Court of Appeal Tuesday night.
The defendants can appeal the decision in 48 hours.
Prince Paul’s lawyer, Liviu Turcu, said the lawsuit will probably begin in October or November.
Businessman Truica Remus and Prince Paul of Romania were indicted on May 18 by the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) prosecutors in the illegal restitution file.
Remus Truica is accused of influence peddling, money laundering, establishment of an organized criminal group, bribery and complicity to abuse of office.
Prince Paul of Romania is accused of influence buying, money laundering and complicity to abuse of office.