On June 25, 2017, the Prosecution Service of Georgia launched investigation over an alleged incident of exerting influence on a witness. Investigation was initiated based on the statement of the journalist Irakli Mamaladze claiming that he – in the capacity of a prosecution witness – was subjected to intentional psychological pressure by the convict Irakli Pirtskhalava
Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia has charged three employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia – Z.G., A.T. and I.K. – with neglect of official duty under Article 342§1 of the Criminal Code of Georgia. Investigation revealed that on June 14, 2017, officers of the relevant district of the Ministry of Internal Affairs arrested B.K.
Acting U.S. Ambassador Nicholas Berliner, U.S. Embassy in Georgia, has given certificates of appreciation to Deputy Chief Prosecutor of Georgia Giorgi Gogadze, Department of Procedural Guidance of Investigation in General Inspection, Central Criminal Police Department
Tbilisi City Court upheld the evidence submitted by Prosecutor’s Office and found B.Sh. – previously convicted of an intentional crime – guilty of murder under aggravating circumstances under Article 109§2(e), §3(b) of the Criminal Code of Georgia, and I.K. guilty
A two-day training course for prosecutors on the subject of European standards of jury trial has been conducted at the Chief Prosecutor’s Office. The training aimed to introduce Georgian prosecutors with international standards and practice of the European Court of Human Rights
Gori District Court completely upheld the evidence submitted by the Prosecutor’s Office and found previously convicted A.I. guilty of illegal purchase, storage and carrying of firearms and ammunition, and attempted murder of two or more persons in a manner that endangers
Tbilisi Court of Appeals has upheld the Judgment of Tbilisi City Court dated October 30, 2015, which found the defendants Irakli Pirtskhalava, Giorgi Tsaadze, Levan Berodze, Grogol Kvinikadze and Kakhaber Nakani guilty of murdering Zurab Vazagashvili and Aleksandre Khubulovi during the so-called ‘Tennis Courts Special Operation” on May 2, 2006
Department to Investigate Offenses Committed in Course of Legal Proceedings of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia has made another conclusive decision, on the basis whereof, an antiquarian book ‘History of Art According to Architectural Monuments” (Paris, 1823), currently secured at National Parliamentary Library of Georgia