Criminal procedure

Radoicic appears in hearing, denies any wrongdoing

BELGRADE - Milan Radoicic appeared in a hearing before the Higher Public Prosecutor's office in Belgrade on Tuesday on suspicion of committing the criminal offence of association for the purpose of committing criminal offences, the criminal offence of illicit production, possession, carrying and distribution of firearms and explosives and serious criminal offences against general safety.

Bulgarian Court decided: Vasil Bozhkov will be under House Arrest and will have an Electronic Bracelet

The Sofia Court of Appeal released businessman Vasil Bozhkov under house arrest. The implementation of the measure will be monitored with an electronic bracelet.

The decision is final.

Vasil Bozhkov entered the courtroom to loud applause from supporters this morning, where a three-member panel of the Sofia Court of Appeal was deciding whether to leave him in custody.

Suspects in illegal adoptions case conclude testimony; four remanded in custody

Four of the eight suspects in an illegal adoptions and baby trafficking case were remanded in custody early on Monday after testifying before two examining magistrates who are handling the case in Chania, Crete. The marathon session before the magistrates had started at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday morning and ended at 3:00 a.m. in the early hours of Monday.

40 suspected hooligans to testify in second round of questioning

Forty suspects who were arrested during Monday's deadly soccer-related violence in Athens are expected to appear on Saturday before one of three investigating magistrates appointed to deal with the case.

One of the suspects is Greek while all the others are Croatian.

On Friday, twelve people were remanded in pretrial custody after their testimony.

First batch of suspects in deadly hooligan clash questioned; 12 remanded

Twelve people were remanded into pretrial custody by an Athens prosecutor on Friday, as an investigating magistrate began questioning dozens of suspects who were arrested during Monday's deadly soccer-related violence.

Ten of the suspects are Croatian nationals, while the other two are a Greek, aged 27, and an Albanian national, aged 22.  

First 30 charged for Nea Filadelfia clashes transferred to Evelpidon complex

The first 30 people charged over the clashes between rival football fans near the AEK Athens stadium in Nea Filadelfia were transferred to the Evelpidon court complex under heavy security on Friday. They are to testify before three examining magistrates who have been assigned to the case, with the 25th regular examining magistrate acting as lead and the other two as her assistants.

Nearly 100 Croatian soccer fans face murder, gang-related charges in Greece after deadly violence

Nearly 100 Croatian soccer fans appeared in an Athens court Wednesday to face criminal charges that include murder and membership of a criminal organization over their alleged involvement in deadly fan violence.