Unfortunately there is not. There is actually a saying that "ignorance of the law is no defense." That means that just because you didn't know something was against the law doesn't mean that you can't be caught and prosecuted for it.
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i acted on the advice of a lawyer and the law i broke is in Greek not my language does taht make a difference
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That will not make a difference.
It might mitigate the circumstances (in the court's eyes) but it won't eliminate your responsibility, unfortunately.
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