Brazilian Bar Association Expects Offensive Against Moro After STF Decision on Partiality

The accusation of impartiality could be divisive as to whether or not the ex-minister will be able to obtain his license to practise law, which was suspended during his time as a judge.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) has never been fond of the ex-Minister of Justice Sérgio Moro. Felipe Santa Cruz, the association's chairman, was once denounced by the Prosecutor's Office after calling the former Lava-Jato judge a "gang leader" for allegedly knowing about the content of messages from targeted hacked officials last year.

After leaving the Bolsonaro government accusing the President of trying to politically interfere with the Federal Police, Moro may now need the class organization to establish one of his potential new professional activities. The former magistrate believes he can . . .

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