Trial Judgment upheld in Fahrudin Radoncic et al.

December 22, 2018 10:00 AM

On 25 October 2018 the Appellate Panel of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina delivered an appeals judgment in the case of Fahrudin Radončić et al., dismissing as ill-founded the appeal filed by the BiH Prosecutor’s Office, and upholding the trial judgment delivered by the Court of BiH on 16 May 2018. The appeal filed by the aggrieved party Azra Sarić was dismissed as inadmissible.

The trial judgment of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina of 16 May 2018 acquitted the accused Fahrudin Radončić, Bakir Dautbašić, Bilsena Šahman and Zijad Hadžijahić of the charges, specifically under Count 1, pursuant to Article 284, Subparagraph c) of the CPC BiH: that the accused Fahrudin Radončić committed the criminal offense of Associating for the Purpose of Perpetrating Criminal Offences under Article 249(1), and the accused Bakir Dautbašić, Bilsena Šahman and Zijad Hadžijahić the criminal offense of Associating for the Purpose of Perpetrating Criminal Offences under Article 249(2) of the Criminal Code of BiH (CC BiH); under Count 2, pursuant to Article 284, Subparagraph a), of the CPC BiH: the accused Fahrudin Radončić, Bakir Dautbašić and Bilsena Šahman were acquitted of the charges that they committed the criminal offense of Obstruction of Justice under Article 241(1) of the CC BiH; under Count 3, pursuant to Article 284, Subparagraph c), of the CPC BiH: the accused Fahrudin Radončić and Bakir Dautbašić were acquitted of the charges that they committed the criminal offense of Obstruction of Justice under Article 241(2) of the CC BiH as read with Article 26 of the CC BiH and the criminal offense of Giving Reward or Other Forms of Benefit for Trading in Influence under Article 219a(1) of the CC BiH, while the accused Zijad Hadžijahić was acquitted of the charges that he committed the criminal offense of Obstruction of Justice under Article 241(2) of the CC BiH as read with Article 26 of the CC BiH and the criminal offense of Accepting Reward or Other Forms of Benefit for Trading in Influence under Article 219(1) of the CC BiH.

Pursuant to Article 198(3) of the CPC BiH, the aggrieved party Azra Sarić was advised to pursue her compensation claim in civil proceedings.

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