Prosecutor

'August 10' rally case delayed by Supreme Court for a month due to exception of unconstitutionality

The request of the Directorate for Investigating Organised Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) to reopen the investigation into the 'August 10' rally case will not reach the Bucharest Tribunal directly, but will be delayed at least a month at the Supreme Court for the resolution of an appeal for a referral request to the Constitutional Court.

Bosnia Cannot Allow Criminal Politicians to Play ‘Patriot’ Card

The question is what will happen next.

All eyes now turn to the notoriously inefficient public prosecutor's office, headed by Gordana Tadic, although concerns with Bosnia's prosecutors and courts long predate her tenure.

Bosnia's chief state prosecutor Gordana Tadic. Photo: detektor.ba/archive

"Either that pedophile politician exists and we'll arrest him, or there isn't any"

He told Prva TV that since 2013, all proceedings in the investigation of criminal acts have been conducted by the Prosecutor's Office.
"Since October 2013, the investigation and the criminal procedure are solely in the hands of the prosecution. The prosecutor must initiate the procedure," he said.

Thermal cameras to be deployed at courthouses to screen for fevers: Justice minister

Courthouses in Turkey will start using thermal cameras at their entrances to screen for fevers to prevent anyone potentially infected with the coronavirus from entering the premises, Justice Minister Abdülhamit Gül said on May 29 as the country's judiciary is set to resume its work as part of its normalization phase.

JusMin to prosecutors: Follow money coming from crime, not only criminals, take everything stolen

The Minister of Justice, Catalin Predoiu, sent prosecutors a firm message in which he urges them to take the money of criminals, emphasizing that the coronavirus pandemic offers various opportunities to criminals to attack medical institutions. "Follow the money resulting from crimes, not only the criminals, take the money produced through crime, take everything they stole.

Sofia District Prosecutor's Office: Volen Siderov Wanted!

Volen Siderov has been declared for a nationwide search, the Sofia District Prosecutor's Office announced.

The municipal councilor, after being regularly summoned, as the accused, did not appear for a prosecution. The defendant was not found at the addresses he stated, which necessitated his announcement on 15.04.2020 for a nationwide search.

Turkey's top court rules for rights violation in Some mining disaster

Turkey's Constitutional Court has ruled that the Soma mining disaster in 2014 happened due to procedures that violated the victims' right to life.

According to the top court's ruling, published on the Official Gazette dated March 9, "negligence and errors" caused 301 deaths.

No evidence of murder found in death of ex-UK army officer

The Istanbul Chief Prosecutor's Office has concluded that former British military intelligence officer James Le Mesurier, who was found dead in front of his office in Istanbul's Beyoğlu district late last year, died from falling from the terrace of his house, closing the case into his death.

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