It says the "yes" side won 90.18 percent of the 2.29 million votes cast in the referendum, which did not meet global electoral standards.
Turnout was well under 50%, with only 2.2 million of Catalonia's 5.3 million registered voters turning out to cast their ballot.
The Catalan authorities say that a majority of those who voted supported a split from Spain.
Trapero did not speak to reporters after he emerged from court.
"The question now is how do we exercise that right, and here obviously there are decisions to be taken". "I don't recognize the authority of this court over this", he said.
The presidents of the national assembly and the Ominum have also said they will testify. "In his opinion, he did not commit any crime of sedition or participated or collaborated in any such crime or any other". "I hope it will remain like it has been up until now, 40 years of peace".
The "yes" to Catalonia's independence has brought with 90,18 % of the vote in the self-determination referendum organized on the 1st of October.
The protesters were demanding the government pay the national police and the civic guard the same as regional police forces, Vazquez said.
The Guardia Civil submitted an official accusation against the Mossos.
Madrid's representative to Catalonia apologized Friday for the violence which occurred during the vote. "In those 13 polling stations there were human barriers that surrounded the policemen who were unable to leave", he said.
The invoking of taking full control over Catalonia has been a topic that has been discussed quite recently.
Catalan government minister Santi Vila, a close of ally of regional president Carles Puigdemont, meanwhile told broadcaster Rac1 that his side could consider a "ceasefire" in the dispute, to avoid a further crackdown by Madrid.
The court warned that any session carried out in defiance of its ban would be "null".
Catalonia's referendum law establishes an "exceptional legal regime" that "prevails hierarchically overall norms which it may conflict with", meaning it overrides other laws. Rallies both for and against independence are planned for the weekend.
According to Spanish newspaper El Pais, the bank will soon issue an urgent order to move its headquarters out of the region, with Palma de Mallorca and Madrid likely destinations.
Bank of Sabadell's move is the first in the sector, with more banks expected to follow suit.