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Brawls: what is the “ban on appearing” mentioned by the government?


FOCUS - After the death of a 14-year-old schoolgirl in Essonne, who wanted to intervene in a brawl, the government met on Monday to think about solutions to avoid these gang phenomena.

The Ministers of the Interior, Justice and Education met on Monday to find solutions to fight against the phenomena of brawls between young people, following the death of a schoolgirl last week in Essonne.

In order to avoid new tragedies, we need a generalization of “good practices”, notably defended the Minister of Justice Eric Dupond-Moretti, evoking “

better collaboration between the various general prosecutors


He also wants a tenfold recourse to “publication bans”.

Le Figaro

takes stock of this system.

To read also: In Essonne, "one has the impression of living in an increasingly violent society"

  • What do we call a "ban on appearing"?

The notion of a ban on appearing is provided for by paragraph 7 of article 41-1 of the code of criminal procedure, as part of a “reminder of the law”.


It is an alternative measure, which is presented here by the Minister of Justice as a criminal prevention

", explains to


Maître Élodie Maumont, a specialist in criminal law.

It is the Public Prosecutor who has the power to decide whether or not to take this measure,

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Source: lefigaro

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