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Report on Monitoring Activities of the Department of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for the Investigation of Offenses Committed in the Cours

15.11.2018

Human Rights Center will publish report tomorrow – “Monitoring Activities of the Department of Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for the Investigation of Offenses Committed in the Course of Legal Proceedings”. 

The report presents results of the monitoring of the Department of Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for the Investigation of Offenses Committed in the Course of Legal Proceedings. 

Within the frameworks of the monitoring, Human Rights Center studied following issues: the specifics of work of the Department; the rules and regulations regarding the appointment of prosecutors and investigators; the number and category of cases processed by the Department; the issues related to the remedies and returning of illegally seized property; the criteria for admissibility of cases and their distribution; what is the basis for adopting decree regarding the human rights violation; how the cases are heard in the courts in accordance with the subparagraph G¹ of Article 310 of the Criminal Procedural Code of Georgia; the approaches of the Court for examining such disputes and characteristics of the hearings.
 
The structural body of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office - Department of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for the Investigation of Offenses Committed in the Course of Legal Proceedings – was added to the Department in March 2015. Although it is not determined by the legislation which years will be covered by the Department, according to practice, as of now, it has been investigating the alleged crimes committed till 2012. 

The examination of the legislation regarding the new department and existing practice, trial monitoring, interviews with the victims and lawyers as well as analysis of verdicts and decrees adopted by the prosecutor demonstrated both positive as well as problematic issues related to the work of the judiciary. 

Together with the problematic issues, the report presents the recommendations for the promotion of effective work of the department.
The monitoring of the Department of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for the Investigation of Offenses Committed in the Course of Legal Proceedings was implemented within the frameworks of the project financially supported by the Open Society Georgia Foundation, during the period from October 25, 2017 till October 25, 2018.

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