Jury trial completely upheld the evidence submitted by the Prosecution and found defendant G. Kh. guilty of murder of mother and child under Article 109§1(d), §2(b), §3(a, b, e), Article 19,177 §4(b, c) and Article 187§2 of the Criminal Code of Georgia
Tbilisi Court of Appeals upheld the guilty verdict rendered by Tbilisi City Court, which found former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Shota Khizanishvili and former Head of Constitutional Security Department Levan Kardava guilty of exceeding of official powers, as well as found former Deputy Head of Constitutional Security Department Vasil Leluashvili guilty of exceeding of official powers, illegal use of computer data and computer system
Sighnaghi District Court upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and found defendant V.J. guilty of attempted murder of three persons under Article 111,19,109 §2(b) and §3(a, e) of the Criminal Code of Georgia. Evidence examined at the trial hearing confirmed, that on August 28, 2016, previously convicted for an attempted murder V.J. had an argument with the cousin
Tbilisi City Court completely upheld the evidences submitted by prosecution and found K.R. accused of robbing –previous convicted for robbery- guilty under Article 179 §2(c) and §3(a) of Criminal Code of Georgia. Evidences investigated during the trial hearing have revealed that on July 15, 2016, 00:00, at the adjacent territory of I M/D of Varketili III, Tbilisi, K.R.
Prosecution Service of Georgia has made a decision to discontinue criminal investigation into the Giga Shengelia’s death by negligence, which occurred on October 23, 2016
Chief Prosecutor of Georgia Irakli Shotadze has met the Director of Near East Regional Office of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) of U.S. Department of Justice Kyle Williamson, Deputy Regional Director Brian Connell
Tbilisi City Court completely upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and found previously convictied K.E. guilty for Violence Against Family and Threaten with Family member under Article 126 (1) of the Criminal Code of Georgia and Article 111, 151
Trainings are ongoing on the topic of judicial skills of jurors in the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia. Project is implemented in cooperation with Justice Department of Embassy of the United States. Together with expansion the area of judicial knowledge, improvement of prosecutors qualification in this direction is a priority of the system