On 19 March 2014. The Supreme Court dismissed the cassation appeal of the Appellate Prosecution in Poznań in the case of Ms Beata Sawicka and Mr Mayor Mirosław Wądołowski. The Supreme Court shared the position of the Court of Appeal in Warsaw, which, recognising the unlawfulness of the actions of the CBA, acquitted the defendants. The Supreme Court emphasised once again that Mayor Wądołowski was a randomly selected person against whom operational procedures were unjustifiably initiated.
In the opinion of the defence – the mayor of Hel was a victim of unlawful actions of the CBA, which were purely political in nature and aimed at discrediting the political opposition rather than fighting corruption.
The defence of Mirosław Wądołowski was conducted within our law firm by attorneys Jarosław Warylewski, Tomasz Kopoczyński and Jacek Potulski.