A lawyer who won the exoneration of an Italian cyclist accused of doping is responsible for Alberto Contador defend against allegations that he used banned substances in the Tour de France.
In a statement released by spokesman Contador, Jacinto Vidarte, the corridor was optimistic and confident that the investigation of the Spanish Cycling Federation will be dealt with quickly so you can return to competitions next season.
"I am pleased that the case has come to the Federation because it means that we can advance," said Contador.
Spanish cyclist faces a two-year suspension and to dispossess his third Tour title after testing positive for Clenbuterol, a check carried out on 21 July.
The defense will counter by Taminelli Rocco, who won the exoneration of Franco Pellizotti, last month after being accused of doping in Italy. Taminelli showed inaccuracies in the data recorded in the passport biological corridor in the samples taken in the Giro d'Italia, 2009, which was third.
Contador said his positive test was caused by consuming contaminated meat.
According to Vidal, CPA will present a series of scientific analysis as part of its defense. "The food contamination remains the only reasonable explanation from a scientific point of view to justify the presence of the tiny amount of clenbuterol in the body of the corridor," he said in a statement.
Although Contador expects a rapid procedure, the Spanish Federation President, Juan Carlos Castano, said he does not expect the case to be resolved within a month that sets the International Cycling Union.