Former French justice minister convicted in breach-of-secrecy case

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Jean-Jacques Urvoas was given a suspended one-month prison sentence for passing on secret details of a tax fraud and corruption investigation.

 

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A French court found a former justice minister guilty Monday of passing on secret details of a tax fraud and corruption investigation to its target, handing him a suspended one-month prison sentence and a 5,000-euro ($5,450) fine, reports FRANCE 24.