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2016-09-01
Public Defender's Amicus Curiae Brief in the “Cables” Case
The Public Defender considers that in the so-called cables case it is important the Constitutional Court to consider the constitutionality of embezzlement – a norm envisaged by the Criminal Code of Georgia; in particular, how it meets the requirements of the law. On August 31, 2016, the Public Defender filed amicus curiae brief with the Constitutional Court with regard to the mentioned issue.
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