On 14 February, in the courtroom of the Court of Bergamo, ASAPS will represent the prosecution alongside the Public Prosecutor in the trial for the road homicide of Emanuele Anzini, a 42-year-old Carabinieri officer killed while carrying out a roadside checkpoint in Terno d'Isola. The judge of the Court of Bergamo has recognised the legitimacy of ASAPS - represented by Mr. Francesco Rubino, partner of the firm, and by Mr. Augusto Baldassari from Forlì - as a civil plaintiff in the proceedings against M.C.M., the 35-year-old cook who, according to the reconstruction of the facts, last June drove his Audi A3 with a blood alcohol level of 2.97 and ran over the police officer of Abruzzo origin engaged in a control service, then fleeing. Once identified, the driver defended himself by stating that he had not seen the officer (although he was wearing a fluorescent waistcoat) and that he had returned to the scene of the accident several minutes after the incident. The judge also admitted the sister of the murdered carabiniere as a plaintiff, while his partner, mother and daughter are injured parties. The defendant will be tried by abbreviated procedure.