The judges of the Court of Appeal revoked o Thursday the last arrest warrant issued against the former MP Sebastian Ghita, and the decision is final.
“It admits the appeal submitted by defendant Ghita Sebastian Aurelian against the Conclusion no.74 of March 4, 2019, delivered by the judges of rights and freedoms of the Prahova Court, which totally abolishes, and re-judges the defendants request: Based on Art.242 par.1 of the Criminal Procedure Code, it admits the request and orders the revocation of the preventive arrest measure related to the defendant, which was decided by the Conclusion no.98 of March 15, 2017 of the Prahova Court, which became final through the Conclusion dated April 3, 2017 of the Ploiesti Court of Appeal, which underpinned the issuance of the preventive arrest warrant no.2/UP/April 14, 2017 issued by the Ploiesti Court of Appeal. Based on Art.272 par.3 of the Criminal Procedure Code, the judicial expenses paid by the state in advance remain in his charge”, is the magistrates’ solution, according to a press release issued by the Ploiesti Court of Appeal.
The decision delivered on Thursday is final.
Sebastian Ghita left the country on the night of October 19 to 20, 2016, and was captured in Belgrade on April 14, 2017. When captured, Ghita had a Slovenian driving license and identity card and was with his brother.
The former PSD MP was arrested by the Serbian authorities for two months, for possession of forged documents, and was released on bail.