Hello, my husband was arrested in Paris on Saturday evening. I don´t know exactely what has been happened but I think they accused him in hostel from stealing some camera. I don´t know what´s happened with him because police can´t say me any details.. Please can you tell what can happened to him? Thanks
Country relating to Question: France
The French police can keep him up to 2 days.
Depeeending on the circumstances, if there is enough evidence against him, he can be presented immediately to a criminal court judge or given a date to appear in court.
hello, thank you. Today at 10 pm it will be 2 days..So I think they took him to custody
The hostel reception told me that they have camera record with him.
Do you know which kind of punishment he can get? It was camera I think around 600 EUR they told me. Thanks for your answer
Is there any way for me how to contact him because I live in Czech republic and he is arrested in Paris.
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