PERSON ACCUSED OF GIVING GIFTS AND OTHER FORMS OF BENEFITS ENTERS INTO A PLEA AGREEMENT ADMITTING GUILT; SENTENCE OF IMPRISONMENT AND MANDATORY TESTIMONY PROPOSED18.07.2017. 14:49
The accused Sedinet Karić aka Sido (born in 1969), the accused in the case of Kemal Čaušević and others, has entered into a Plea Agreement, in the presence of his defence attorney, admitting his guilt for the commission of the criminal offense of Giving Gifts and Other Forms of Benefits, as referred to in Article 218, Paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Pursuant to the Plea Agreement, the sentence of imprisonment for a term of one (1) year has been proposed in respect of this accused person.
The proposed sentence corresponds to the role that this accused person had in the commission of the respective criminal offence.
Having signed this Plea Agreement, the accused has confirmed to have full knowledge of the content of the Plea Agreement. At the same time, he has confirmed to have entered his plea of guilty voluntarily, consciously and with full understanding of the legal consequences.
By virtue of signing this Plea Agreement, the accused has waived his right to a trial and right to appeal to the Judgement pronounced against him by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the basis of this Plea Agreement.
This Plea Agreement has been forwarded to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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