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Italy's highest court orders files from Berlusconi trials

Evaluating claims of 'judicial bias' in two cases

Italy's highest court orders files from Berlusconi trials

Rome, March 20 - Italy's Court of Cassation on Wednesday asked the Milan appeals court to supply it with documents relating to two cases against former premier Silvio Berlusconi, who asked the cases be moved to Brescia, a city some 100 km northeast of Milan. Berlusconi asked that two current cases - one regarding his Mediaset television empire, the other a prostitution case involving a dancer called Ruby - be moved on grounds of "legitimate suspicion". Italy's highest court said it asked the Milan appeals court for an "integration of the documentation" necessary to continue with the process of evaluating the requested move, sparked by the former premier's claims of judicial bias in Milan.

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