Marko Trifkovic in Pre-Trial Custody because of Possible Connection with killing of Two Policemen in Sarajevo

January 13, 2020 6:00 PM

 

 

On 10 January 2020 the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina issued a decision in the case of Marko Trifković et al. rendering out force, in relation to the accused Marko Trifković, the Decision of the Court of BiH of 4 July 2018, and ordering the accused into pre-trial custody on the grounds set forth in Article 132(1), Paragraphs a), b) and c), of the Criminal Procedure Code of BiH (CPC BiH), which means the flight risk, fear that he will destroy, hide, alter or forge evidence or clues important for the criminal proceeding, hinder the criminal proceeding by interfering with the witnesses, accomplices and accessories, and for fear that he might repeat the criminal offense or complete the attempted criminal offense.

Under this decision, pre-trial custody may last for a maximum of 2 (two) years, running from the day of arrest, 10 January 2020, or pending a new decision of the Court.

The accused Marko Trifković is charged with the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(2) of the Criminal Code of BiH (CC BiH) as read with the criminal offense of Aggravated Theft under Article 287(1)a) of the CC BiH, in conjunction with Article 55 of the Code; the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(2) CC BiH as read with the criminal offense of Money Laundering under Article 209(2) CC BiH in conjunction with Article 54 of the Code; and the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(2) CC BiH as read with the criminal offense of Smuggling under Article 214(1) CC BiH, in conjunction with Article 26 of the Code.

On 10 January 2020 the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina issued a decision in the case of Marko Trifković et al. rendering out force, in relation to the accused Marko Trifković, the Decision of the Court of BiH of 4 July 2018, and ordering the accused into pre-trial custody on the grounds set forth in Article 132(1), Paragraphs a), b) and c), of the Criminal Procedure Code of BiH (CPC BiH), which means the flight risk, fear that he will destroy, hide, alter or forge evidence or clues important for the criminal proceeding, hinder the criminal proceeding by interfering with the witnesses, accomplices and accessories, and for fear that he might repeat the criminal offense or complete the attempted criminal offense.

On 24 August 2018, in Danilo Cicović et al. (S1 2 K 028774 18 Ko) the Court severed the case in relation to the accused Marko Trifković and Bojan Košarac, and that case will be conducted under number S1 2 K 029690 18 Ko.

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