Article 11, Principle of jurisdictional accountability

Judges are personally accountable for crimes of bribery, non-compliance in substantial matters with the laws governing the procedure, and, in general, for any prevarication, denial or twisted administration of justice. Cases and the manner of enforcing this accountability shall be set forth by law.

Damages for legal error will grant the right to compensation by the State, in accordance with the procedure established in the Constitution and law.