Yerevan’s General Court of Jurisdiction today issued an arrest warrant for former Armenian Minister of Nature Protection Aram Harutyunyan, charged with taking bribes and money laundering while minister in 2008.
Armenian Criminal Court of Appeals Judge Arsen Nikoghosyan has rejected a second motion, filed by the defense team of former General Manvel Grigoryan, that he recuse himself from the trial as to whether Grigoryan should be rearrested.
When asked today by reporters whether he was a member of an alleged secret special group, working out of the Presidential Palace in March 2008, that was monitoring post-election protests in Yerevan and issuing directives designed to prop up the
Judge Artur Mkrtchyan will announce on Friday whether ex-Armenian President Robert Kocharyan, now detained on charges of usurping state power during the March 1, 2008 post-election public protests, is eligible for bail or not.
Armenia’s State Prosecutor’s Office today announced that it has charged former Armenian Minister of Defense Seyran Ohanyan as part of its investigation looking into the post-election protests of March 2008 that killed ten in Yerevan.
While Armenia’s Criminal Court of Appeals was today reviewing a petition filed by the State Prosecutor’s Office protesting the pre-trial release of former General Manvel Grigoryan, scores of people from Etchmiadzin, a town once controlled by the Grig
Demonstrators calling for the re-arrest of retired Armenian General Manvel Grigoryan surrounded the Criminal Court of Appeals in Yerevan where Judge Arsen Nikoghosyan was reviewing a motion filed by the State Prosecutor’s Office seeking the overturni
Armenian Criminal Appeals Court Judge Ruzanna Barseghyan was busy today hearing complaints filed by state prosecutors and defense lawyers in the case of former Deputy Prime Minister Armen Gevoryan, charged with money laundering, accepting bribes, and
A Yerevan court judge today recused herself from the pre-trial detention case of ex-Armenian President Robert Kocharyan, charged with usurping state power during the March 1, 2008 post-election public protests.