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Princess Cristina of Spain Found Not Guilty of Fraud; Husband Is Convicted - New York Times

MADRID — Iñaki Urdangarin, the brother-in-law of King Felipe VI of Spain, was sentenced to prison on Friday in a business fraud case that represented a major embarrassment to the country's monarchy, even though the king's sister, Princess Cristina ...and more »

Spain's Princess Cristina acquitted, husband jailed - Aljazeera.com

Cristina ordered to pay fines and Inaki Urdangarin given six-year sentence for charges including fraud and tax evasion. 17 Feb 2017. Spain's Princess Cristina acquitted, husband jailed. Cristina and Urdangarin were not called to court for the ruling ...and more »

Princess Cristina Of Spain Could Face Jail If Found Guilty In Fraud Case - NDTV

Madrid: Princess Cristina of Spain could face jail when she learns the verdict on Friday in her trial over claims she helped her husband evade taxes. The 51-year-old sister of King Felipe VI is the first Spanish royal to face criminal charges since the ...and more »

Love and duty: Princess Cristina de Bourbon's choice - euronews

In her own words, she was born a princess, and she will die a princess. Not even her father, Juan Carlos I, was able to force her to choose between her beloved husband, the jailed Iñaki Urdangarín, and her rights as a member of the Royal family ...and more »

Spanish king's brother-in-law Iñaki Urdangarin found guilty of fraud - Financial Times

A Spanish court has sentenced the king's brother-in-law to six years and three months in jail, delivering a harsh blow to the standing of the monarchy at the end of a long-running criminal trial that has captivated the nation. Iñaki Urdangarin, a ...and more »

Spain's Princess Cristina cleared of tax fraud, as husband gets six years on corruption charges - Telegraph.co.uk

Spain's Princess Cristina has been acquitted of tax fraud after becoming the first member of the country's royal family to have been tried for a criminal offence. The three judges delivered their verdict in courtroom in Palma de Mallorca shortly after ...and more »

Spain's Princess Cristina cleared in tax trial - BBC News

Spain's Princess Cristina, the 51-year-old sister of King Felipe and sixth in line to the throne, has been cleared in a tax fraud trial. However her husband, Inaki Urdangarin, was given a six-year-and-three-month jail term by the court in Majorca ...and more »

Brother-in-Law of Spain's King Sentenced to Prison in Fraud Case - NBCNews.com

MADRID — The king of Spain's brother-in-law was found guilty of fraud and tax evasion and sentenced to more than six years in prison on Friday. His wife, Princess Cristina, the sister of King Felipe VI, was found not guilty of being an accessory to ...and more »

Princess Cristina of Spain Found Not Guilty of Tax Fraud - Fortune

Infanta Cristina of Spain attends a preview of the the exhibition "The Invention of Glory: Alfonso V and the Pastrana Tapestries" at the National Gallery of Art in Washington on September 13, 2011. Photograph by Nicholas Kamm—AFP/Getty Images. By ...and more »

BREAKING NEWS: Infanta Cristina acquitted of corruption - Royal Central

Infanta Christina of Spain has been found not guilty of corruption charges following a lengthy trial in Palma de Mallorca for corruption and money fraud. Whereas Cristina was acquitted of all charged, her husband, Iñaki Urdangarin, has been convicted ...and more »