Court’s 2013 Ruling on Sorras’ Case Overturned by Greece’s Supreme Court

Greece's Supreme Court has overturned a decision by the Misdemeanors Court of Athens in 2013 to acquit Artemis Sorras on charges of disseminating false...

Supreme Court Deputy Prosecutor Appeals Against Indictment of HRADF Experts

A Supreme Court deputy prosecutor on Thursday lodged an appeal against an indictment targeting three board members of Greece's privatization agency (HRADF) and six...

Justice Minister: Greece Ready to Provide Information to Other States on Money Laundering

Greece is ready to provide information to other states on cases of possible money laundering, Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis said on Wednesday, speaking at...

Court Acquits Man Who Helped Stop Police Brutality Against Arrested Migrant

A criminal appeals court on Thursday acquitted Petros Kapetanopoulos of all charges brought against him by police for his attempt to stop the brutal...

Dejan Vucovic’s Appeal to FYROM’s Extradition Request to Be Discussed By Greece’s Supreme Court

The extradition request from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) of Dejan Vucovic will be discussed in Greece's supreme court on Wednesday. Vucovic is...

Sentence Handed Down to Man Who Fired Handgun into the Air Outside of Courthouse

After a man facing several misdemeanor charges, including unlawful shooting, illegal handgun possession and resisting arrest fired three shots from a handgun into the...

Victim’s Relative Shoots in the Air after Postponement of Athens Court of Appeals Session...

A man who was talking on television after the postponement of an Athens Court of Appeals session on Friday, pulled out a gun and...

Greek Court Finds Extension of Temporary Municipal Workers’ Contracts Unconstitutional

A Greek court has ruled that a new bill that would extend the temporary contracts of 15,000 municipal workers is against the country's Constitution. The...

Katerina Savvaidou to Submit Proposal to Appeals Council

Former General Secretary of Public Revenue, Katerina Savvaidou, is being referred to the Prosecutor's Office with her proposal to the Appeals Council. In her...

Greek Court Finds New Pension Cuts Violate European Human Rights Convention

A Greek court decided that the new pension cuts agreed by Athens and international creditors violated the European Convention of Human Rights. The new pension...

Former Defense Minister Tsochatzopoulos Released from Prison

Former Defense Minister Akis Tsochatzopoulos was released from prison on Thursday afternoon on account of ill health. "My torture is over," Tsochatzopoulos told reporters upon...

Greek Court Rejects Extradition Requests for Two Turkish Soldiers

On Thursday a Greek court once again ruled against the extradition of two of the eight Turkish soldiers who fled from Turkey to Greece...

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