The Jury Trial completely accepted the evidence submitted by prosecution and found Azada Omarova guilty in premeditated murder in aggravated circumstances of three people being in helpless condition in group, in order to cover other crime under “D” subparagraph of first, “B” subparagraph of second
Tbilisi City Court has satisfied the solicit of prosecution and Tornike Tugushi accused in car accident which happened in Agmashenebeli Alley, Tbilisi sentenced to imprisonment. The investigation revealed that on 22nd of March of 2017, around 08:25 in Davit Agmashenebeli Alley, Tbilisi
Tbilisi City Court completely accepted the evidence submitted by prosecution and found Novraz Aliev guilty of the murder of his wife – Kiunay Isaeva under Article 111-108 of the Criminal Code of Georgia. Evidence investigated during the trial hearing confirmed, that on July 12, 2016, around 23:20, at 1 Adjara street, Kvemo Ponichala
Prosecution Service of Georgia signed a memorandum of mutual collaboration with MIA Academy. Deputy Chief Prosecutor Giorgi Gogadze and rector of MIA Academy Givi Mikanadze signed the memorandum. Within the framework of the event, Giorgi Gogadze and Givi Mikanadze discussed the future prospects of cooperation
Representatives of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia conducted a meeting with the beneficiaries of day center Rainbow of the organization Child and Environment, daily asylum Sparrows and Parent’s Bridge NNLE within the framework of the Anti-Drug Week campaign
Tbilisi City Court found Levan Rostoshvili and Lasha Kurtanidze guilty of purchase and storage of drugs in particularly large quantities under Article 260 §6 (a) and 260 §3 (a). Evidence investigated during the court hearing confirmed, that Levan Rostoshvili and Lasha Kurtanidze
Representatives of the Prosecution Service of Georgia conducted meetings with public school pupils in various regions of Georgia, within the framework of the Anti-Drug Week campaign. Representatives of the Prosecution Service presented the results of the survey of the tendencies causing drug abuse to high school students
Samtredia District Court accepted the evidence submitted by prosecution and find A.M. guilty of home violence and repeated failure to comply with the requirements of restraining order, under Article 1261 §2 (b) and (e) and Article 111,3811 §1 of the Criminal Code of Georgia. Evidence investigated during the court session confirmed, that A.M.