TALLINN - Estonia’s Justice Ministry has asked parliament to adopt amendments to enable courts to use Facebook and Twitter accounts to contact crime suspects, a ministry spokesman said Monday, reports AFP. “One of the main reasons why court cases proceed slowly in Estonia is often the very slow delivery of relevant documents to those involved,” Justice Ministry spokesman Priit Talv said, referring to the laborious process of serving suspects with subpoenas.“Around a third of all civil cases are constantly in the phase of documents delivery. With the new legal s...
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