(Centre L-R) Lawyers of Spain's Infanta Cristina Pau Molins, Miquel Roca i Junyent and Jesus Maria Silva attend to media after Spain's Princess Cristina testifying in front of judge Jose Castro over ... more 
(Centre L-R) Lawyers of Spain's Infanta Cristina Pau Molins, Miquel Roca i Junyent and Jesus Maria Silva attend to media after Spain's Princess Cristina testifying in front of judge Jose Castro over tax fraud and money-laundering charges in Palma de Mallorca February 8, 2014. The princess, 48, faces preliminary charges of tax fraud and money laundering linked to her use of funds from a shell company she co-owned with her husband Inaki Urdangarin, who is charged with crimes including embezzling 6 million euros ($8.18 million) of public money. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW ROYALS) less 
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