16:17 | June 6, 2017
The lawyer for Ararat Khandoyan, charged with striking an officer of the law on July 20, 2016 during a clash between protesters and police in Yerevan’s Sari Tagh neighborhood, has petitioned the Court of Appeals to overturn a lower court’s ruling that his client should continue to be held in pre-trial detention.
13:52 | June 1, 2017
Today’s trial of Sargis Arabjyan and Karen Vanoyan, charged with public disorder in clashes with police on July 19, 2016 in the Sari Tagh neighborhood of Yerevan was again postponed.
19:26 | April 4, 2017
According to the country’s penal law, prisoners who fall ill while incarcerated are eligible for conditional release if their medical condition is such that cannot continue to serve their sentence normally.
17:35 | March 25, 2017
A Yerevan court today sentenced former Artsakh army commander and defense minister Samvel Babayan, arrested on March 22 on suspicion of illegally obtaining and attempting to smuggle a 9K38 Igla Russian portable infrared homing surface-to-air missile launcher complete with missile, to two months’ detention.
15:36 | March 22, 2017
It appears the eight individuals, all reporters, are suspected of having distributed photos and videos to the press of Ogün Samast, the 17-year-old who assassinated Dink, at a Samsun police station after having been arrested.
00:25 | February 17, 2017
The plaintiffs, environmentalisst and residents of Gndevaz, are seeking to overturn the analyses of the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources and the Ministry of Nature Protection stating that mining in the region will have no substantial negative effects on the environment.
18:40 | February 2, 2017
A Yerevan court today sentenced three individuals to three years’ imprisonment for using violence against police on July 20, 2016 during a public protest in the Sari Tagh neighborhood of the Armenian capital.
12:53 | February 1, 2017
The Center writes: “We believe that the sponsorship, unprofessional approach and lack of follow-up by the authorities regarding similar cases in the past, like the Cyprus offshore business scandal surrounding former prime minister Tigran Sargsyan served as a precedent for the dropping of the criminal case against Poghosyan.”
16:56 | January 26, 2017
A Yerevan court today sentenced two citizens of Armenia to more than twenty years in jail after finding them guilty of murdering an Indian citizen in Dubai and stealing US$1.7 million in diamonds.
16:03 | January 17, 2017
Two lawyers who were intimately involved in suing insurance companies to settle policies held by Armenian Genocide survivors have denied allegations brought by the California State Bar’s Disciplinary Department that they misappropriated hundreds of thousands of dollars received in court settlements in the suits for personal benefit and that they misrepresented facts to a U.S. District Court.
05:22 | December 17, 2016
A Macedonian court on Friday rejected a wiretapped conversation as evidence in the trial of 14 people, including former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, OCCRP partner Nova TV reported.
17:17 | December 2, 2016
At today’s trial, presiding Judge Armen Bektashyan allowed public defense lawyers to submit oral motions to postpone proceedings so that they could review 37 volumes of case material. Judge Bektashyan scheduled the next trial session for January 13.
22:23 | November 16, 2016
Russia’s Supreme Court overturned the conviction of opposition politician and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny on Wednesday, sending his case to a lower court for retrial.
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