Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia will investigate the case of Azerbaijani journalist Afgan Mukhtarli. Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia requested the said criminal case of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia and it has been transferred to the Office today, on July 20
On July 18, 2017, Tbilisi Court of Appeals rendered a not guilty verdict for Tamaz Gogia, convicted of murder of General Tamaz Ninua and his Wife Eter Ninua, and released him from the courtroom, based on the motion filed by the Department to Investigate Offenses Committed in Course of Legal Proceedings of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia
Chief Prosecutor of Georgia Irakli Shotadze has presented the report about the various measures taken by the end of 2016 and in the first half of 2017 aiming to develop the system of the Prosecutors Office to the Council of Prosecutors. As the Chief Prosecutor noted, during the aforementioned period the strategy, action plan of the Prosecutor’s Office and criteria for prosecutors evaluation have been adopted
Kutaisi City Court completely upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and found Z.L. guilty of violation of traffic safety rule and abandoning in distress under Article 276§5 and Article 128 of the Criminal Code of Georgia. Evidence investigated during the trial revealed that on April 17, 2017, about 22:25, Z.L.
Department to Investigate Offenses Committed in Course of Legal Proceedings of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia has made a decision to review unlawfully rendered guilty verdicts in the cases of political prisoners, Bakhva Sturua and Beka Petriashvili, and that of former law enforcement officer Vasil Kvernadze
Tbilisi City Court has granted the motion filed by the prosecution and sentenced defendants H.S. and R.S, accused of other acts of sexual nature against minors, to pre-trial detention as a measure of constraint. Investigation conducted into the case revealed that on July 30, 2017, H.S. and R.S. forcibly took three minors into house
Tbilisi City Court completely upheld the evidence submitted by the Prosecutor’s Office and found D.N. guilty of violence against its own spouse and child under Article 1261§2(b) of the Criminal Code of Georgia. Evidence investigated during the trial revealed that on March 7, 2017, D.N. physically abused its child which was witnessed by his another minor child
The second stage of the intern selection contest announced by the Prosecutor’s Office has been complete. This stage included general aptitude test. The test was composed of 60 tasks and contestants had to overcome 36-point barrier. According to the generated results, 173 applicants has moved up to the interview stage. Successful candidate will gradually undergo interview with the contest committee