The candidates to occupy the seven seats of judges of the National Court of Justice (CNJ), yesterday took the theoretical tests, which represent 35 of the 100 points of the contest.
For the theoretical test, 120 applicants had been summoned, of which 96 attended. The others must submit their justifications.
The Applicants had to answer for two hours 70 questions related to: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Civil, Labor, Commercial and Corporate Law; Administrative and Tax; Family, Women, Children and Adolescents, human rights, ethics and alternate dispute resolution.
The 1, 2 and 3 of December the practical tests for applicants will be performed, in which they have to resolve a case in front of a court.