Deputy Attorney General’s Office In Military Affairs Has Investigated 554 Cases

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Wed, May 15 2019 11:36 AM
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According to the Deputy Attorney General’s Office in Military Affairs, during March 2019, we have registered 554 criminal cases.

Among this, 203 cases have been sent to preliminary court after preparing their indictment and lawsuit and 50 of those cases have been resolved and 39 of them have referred to Appeal Court.

Meanwhile, the other 153 cases are still under investigation.

The officials say that 17 of the cases have been rejected and 50 others are disbanded because of lack of evidence and proves.

The reports say that these cases are comprised of 12 cases of crime against individuals, 5 cases against goods (deception, betrayal, fake, illegal extortion and embezzlement) and 4 cases were about crime against internal and external security.

Based on the provided information, amount of 2 million and 791 thousands and 618 AFN has been deposited to government account from cash penalty, embezzlement, narcotics and deduction of 50 % salary of the military personals.

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