Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia has launched a project for pupils on the topic of imitated criminal trials. The project implemented in cooperation with LEPL Crime Prevention Center aims to improve legal consciousness
Tbilisi City Court upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and found I.K., previously convicted multiple times, including a conviction of particularly serious crime, guilty of fraudulent appropriation of the large funds owned by a Turkish construction company
On September 25, 2017, A.G. was charged with beating of a transgender woman - S.O. - because of intolerance of gender identity under Article 126§1 (Beating or other violence that has caused the victim physical pains, but did not entail the consequence provided for by Article 120 of same Code) of the Criminal Code of Georgia
Tbilisi City Court completely upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and convicted I.B. of aggravated robbery and illegal purchase and carrying of firearms under Article 179§3(c) and Article 236§§2-3 of the Criminal Code of Georgia
Tbilisi City Court fully upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and imposed detention on four individuals as a measure of constraint for preparing to take Gia Gorgoshadze hostage. Investigation conducted into the case revealed that the defendants were planning to take the founder of Gorgia Shop Network Gia Gorgoshadze
Department of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia to Investigate Offenses Committed in the Course of Legal Proceedings has uncovered the facts of inhuman and degrading treatment of 14 persons at a detention facility
Batumi City Court completely upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and found S.K. and G.A. guilty of aggravated group robbery committed with the aim to appropriate property in large quantities under Article 179§2(b)-§3(c) of the Criminal Code of Georgia, while found T.K.
Akhaltsikhe District Court completely upheld the evidence submitted by prosecution and found M.Z. guilty of murder of spouse, attempted murder of two persons and violence under Article 111-108, Article 19-109§3(a) and Article 126§1 of the Criminal Code of Georgia