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December 6, 2021

Former CCR Judge Toni Grebla not to be detained

Former Constitutional Court (CCR) judge Toni Grebla will not be placed under house arrest while investigation continues into several counts of criminal offenses, as the Supreme Court on Thursday overruled a challenge from the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA). The decision is final.

On March 11, the Supreme Court rejected DNA’s demand that Grebla be placed under house arrest for the investigation, but the DNA appealed against the decision, an appeal that the Supreme Court overruled on Thursday.

The DNA detained Grebla on March, accusing him of continual influence peddling, conducting financial operations that were incompatible with his official position in order to obtain for self or others cash, assets or other ill-gotten gains (two counts); the establishment of an organised crime ring in order to prepare for the commission of the criminal offense of producing to customs authorities forged transport or commercial bills, Agerpres informs.


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