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Sultani Temel was appointed as a judge in 2013. After the failed coup attempt, she was dismissed from her profession in August 2016 for having links to alleged terrorist organisation called 'FETO'. Temel was taken into custody on 1/17/2017 by...
Member of the Court of Cassations Hüsamettin Uğur, who had been arrested just after the July 15 coup attempt, completed his 1000th day in his solitary-confinement cell in prison by April. Hüsamettin Uğur is one of the hundreds of ...
Former judge Mesut Orta was sentenced to 7 years 6 months in prison on 2 July 2019 over the pretext of terrorism charges. He was also prosecuted for getting financial support from EAJ after his dismissal Judge Mesut Orta, for...
Alparslan Altan, the former deputy president of the Constitution Court was sentenced to 11 years and 3 months in prison on 6 March 2019 over the pretext of terrorism charges. He was first given 9 years in jail and the...
Dismissed  woman judge Filiz Karadağ was sentenced to 7 years 6 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 28 February 2019. Source:www.trthaber.com
Woman Judge Sultani Temel was sentenced to 8 years 9 months in prison. She has been in prison for 21 months with her 5 years old girl Esra. Her case is pending for appeal. Source: https://twitter.com/ArrestedLawyers
Dismissed  woman judge Esra Şahin was sentenced to 7 years 1 month in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 6 March 2019. Source:  www.memurlar.net
Dismissed judge Zeynep Mercan is sentenced to 6 years and 3 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 2 March 2018.(1) Regional Appeal Court upheld the conviction of judge Mercan on 25 October 2018 by using pre-prepared...
Judge Ali İhsan İpek is sentenced to 8 years and 1 month in prison for being member of terror organisation due to alleged ByLock usage. Furthermore, court also decided for continuation of his detention. Judge İpek had been performing as...
President of dissolved YARSAV and 2017 Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize winner, Murat ARSLAN was sentenced to 10 years in prison on 18 January 2019 over the pretext of terrorism charges. Moreover court ruled continuation of his detention during...

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