Supreme Court

Top court rejects Janša appeal against statute-barring of Patria case

Ljubljana – The Constitutional Court has rejected an appeal by former PM Janez Janša against the statute barring of the Patria defence deal bribery case. While Janša felt denied a chance to prove his innocence, the top court claims he had no legal interest, as statute barring is fully equivalent to an acquittal, meaning he is considered innocent.

Court ruling in high-profile femicide case faces backlash

The murderer of university student Pınar Gültekin, Cemal Metin Avcı has been served with a reduced prison sentence of 23 years on the grounds of "unjust provocation" on June 20.

The 13th hearing of the case was held at the Muğla 3rd High Criminal Court.

Avcı stated that he was remorseful and said that he committed the murder alone.

Assange to be extradited to the United States: British minister gives "green light"

The case was forwarded to the Minister of the Interior last month, after the Supreme Court decided that there were no legal issues regarding the assurances of the American authorities about how it will be treated.
Although Patel gave the green light, an appeal from Assange's legal team is expected.