By Paul W. Silver
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Tullio Grimaldi, nato a Napoli nel 1933, vive a Roma. Laureato in Giurisprudenza è stato docente universitario, quindi magistrato a Napoli prima e a Roma, presso l. a. Corte di Cassazione, poi. E’ stato anche deputato al parlamento dal 1994 al 20901. E’ autore di vari saggi e pubblicazioni di carattere giuridico.
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