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Former judge Hakan Mertoğlu was sentenced to 6 years 3 months in prison on 3 July 2019 over the pretext of terrorism charges. Source: https://www.memurlar.net
Former judge Mustafa Genç performs the art of calligraphy despite the block of prison administration. Mustafa Genç was born in 1967. After serving as judge in different courts, he was elected to the Council of State in 2011.  He was...
Judge Mehmet Dölen, who was dismissed and kept in prison for 26 months, passed away of covid-19 on 1st June 2021. Judge Dölen was dismissed on political charges on the pretext of the July 15 coup attempt and deprived of...
Dismissed judge Yasin K. was sentenced to 6 years 10 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 9 April 2019. Source:www.memurlar.net
Dismissed judge Mustafa Haluk Baydilli, former member of Court of Cassation was sentenced to 10 years 6 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 28 May 2019. Furthermore, court ruled for continuation of his detention. He...
Dismissed and arrested Justice Bülent Olcay, member of Council of State (Supreme Administrative Court), was sentenced to 13 years 6 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 28 March 2019. Furthermore, court ruled for continuation of...
Former judge Halil Yılmaz, former member of Court of Cassation was sentenced to 7 years 6 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 18 September 2019. Source:https://www.memurlar.net
Dismissed justice Yılmaz Tosun, member of Court of Cassation (Supreme Appeal Court), was sentenced to 6 years 3 months in prison over the pretext of terrorism charges on 10 April 2019. Source:www.memurlar.net
Former judge Recep Ünver was sentenced to 9 years in prison on 25 July 2019 over the pretext of terrorism charges. Although he was released at the pending trial, court issued arrest warrant for him to be kept in...
Former prosecutor Umut Koç was sentenced to 7 years 6 months in prison on 18 June 2019 over the pretext of terrorism charges. Furthermore, court ruled for continuation of his detention. Source:https://www.memurlar.net

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