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In the Criminal Chamber they were chosen Myriam Avila and Fernando Bolaños, replacing former magistrates Eyder Patiño and Eugenio Fernández, who have already finished their eight-year terms in the high court.
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She was an auxiliary magistrate of the Constitutional Court for 12 years, as well as coordinator of the specialization Criminal Legal Institutions of the National University and director of Resources and Judicial Actions of the Ombudsman’s Office.
And he has been a teacher of Constitutional Criminal Law and International Criminal Law from the National University.
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For its part, Fernando Bolaños He is currently a delegated prosecutor before the Supreme Court of Justice, having among his study cases, for example, the advance against the former governor of Santander, Richard Aguilar, for irregularities in hiring.
In 2017 he was appointed as magistrate in charge of the Criminal Chamber to replace Gustavo Malo Fernandez, who was separated from his duties amid the la toga cartel scandal.
On that occasion, the Chamber chose him, pointing out his virtues as a jurist with more than 25 years of experience. He was magistrate of the Superior Court of Bogotá, visiting lawyer of the Judicial Police, sectional prosecutor and delegated prosecutor before the criminal judges of the circuit.
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She has served as Municipal Civil Judge, Promiscuous Municipal Judge of Une, Family Judge 20, Magistrate of the Civil-Family Chamber of the Judicial District of Tunja; as well as the Court of Villavicencio.
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