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Is it fair that Judges and Prosecutors in Turkey are Held...

  On 15th of July 2016, just five hours after the controversial coup attempt began in Turkey – a time when the responsible could not...

Former chief prosecutor Orhan Çetingül has been kept in solitary confinement...

Orhan Çetingül has served as chief prosecutor for 9 years. He was arrested and sentenced to 8 years and 9 months in prison over...

Highlights from the UN HRC Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Opinions...

1- The Government has made detailed submissions on how the ByLock application was used by FETÖ. However, the Working Group observes that these explanations...

Turkish expelled judge couple lost their kids in a boat accident...

A judge couple fleeing Turkey through Aegen Sea lost their two children in a boat accident on the coast of Chios Island on 27...

Former judge Tacettin Şeker sentenced to 7 years 6 months in...

Former judge Tacettin Şeker was sentenced to 7 years 6 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 27 September 2019. Source:https://www.memurlar.net

Former judge Hulusi Ceylan sentenced to 7 years 9 months...

Former judge Hulusi Ceylan was sentenced to 7 years 9 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 27 September 2019. Source:https://www.memurlar.net

Former member of High Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HCJP) Resul...

Former member of High Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HCJP) Resul Yıldırım was sentenced to 13 years 6 months in prison over the pretext...

UNDER WHICH CONDITIONS COULD STATEMENTS OF CONFESSORS BE RELIED ON?

Ufuk Yeşil PhD* MATERIAL TRUTH  The main purpose of criminal proceedings is to establish "material truth". The material truth is the reality that is seen, heard,...

Former woman judge Fatma Işık sentenced to 7 years 6 months...

Former woman judge Fatma Işık was sentenced to 7 years 6 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 27 February 2019. Source:https://m.yeniakit.com.tr

Former judge Menderes Yılmaz sentenced to 7 years 6 months in...

Former judge Menderes Yılmaz was sentenced to 7 years 6 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 24 September 2019. Source:https://www.memurlar.net