RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The arrest in flagrante delicto on Tuesday of deputy Daniel Silveira accused of promoting anti-constitutional ideologies, hate speech against Supreme Court justices and support for the AI-5, has not met with consensus among jurists and criminal attorneys interviewed by Estadão.
The Constitution only permits the arrest of a federal deputy when committing, "in flagrante delicto", a crime where bail is not available. Justice Moraes's order based the arrest on certain unbailable crimes in . . .