Department to Investigate Offenses Committed in Course of Legal Proceedings of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia has made a decision to review judgements of conviction of 14 unlawfully convicted persons. The case concerns a special operation carried out by the Department of Constitutional Security without any legal grounds back in September 2006
Tbilisi City Court upheld the evidence submitted by prosecutor’s office and found K.K. guilty of threat and violence and against his former spouse under Article 1261§1 and Article 111-151 of the Criminal Code of Georgia
Chief Prosecutor of Georgia Irakli Shotadze attended a presentation of investigation methodology manual held at the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia. The manual that prescribes procedures and methodology to carry out every investigative and procedural actions stipulated by the Criminal Procedural Code of Georgia
Chief Prosecutor of Georgia Irakli Shotadze, along with his Deputy Giorgi Gogadze, attended the 22nd annual conference of the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP) and a general meeting of members of the Association
Tbilisi City Court upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and found D.P., previously convicted of intentional crimes for several times, guilty of assaulting a police office in connection with its official duties, and of illegal purchase, carrying and storage of firearms and ammunition, crimes punishable under Article 3531§1 and Article 236§1-3.