Criminal law

Director of Nis Gerontology Center denied responsibility, nearly 140 people infected

He was subsequently remanded in custody on a motion by the prosecution.
Milan S. is charged with the criminal offense of serious criminal offence against human health in connection with the criminal offense of transmission of infectious disease, Prosecution spokesman Boris Radonjic told Tanjug.

Montenegro Warned about Poor Conditions in Remand Prisons

Police patrol during the curfew in Podgorica, Montenegro. Photo: BIRN/Samir Kajosevic

"In the remand prison in Podgorica, there were not enough blankets and no soap in the men's toilet. The council also registered the fact that two detainees shared one bed in a detention room," said Zekovic.

Man charged after resisting police inspection

The trial of a man on Monday who had scuffled with police after his vehicle was stopped for an inspection over the weekend has been postponed due to health reasons, his lawyer said.
The defendant, 23, was charged with resistance and disobedience after he was pulled over on Saturday by police who were conducting inspections for possible violations of lockdown regulations.

Further investigations required before Papantoniou can be prosecuted

A judicial council has decided that former defense minister Yiannos Papantoniou cannot be prosecuted until the charges against him have been further investigated. 
After he had spent 17 months in pre-trial detention on money laundering charges in Korydallos Prison, the judicial council accepted Papantoniou's pledge to pay 150,000 euros in bail by July 1 and released him last week. 

Chios man remanded after shooting, injuring Syrian teens

A 48-year-old man on the eastern Aegean island of Chios who shot and injured two 16-year-old Syrians last Wednesday was remanded in custody on Monday.
The man opened fire with his hunting rifle on the two teenagers when they entered his greenhouse.
The suspect had been accused in the past of threatening migrants from a neighboring camp.

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