Ali Saberi

The highest-paid Iranian lawyer is visually impaired

An attorney should get happy after winning a court case only if his victory makes a difference in the legal literature of his country, said Ali Saberi.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham

Washington’s jailing of Iranian citizens unacceptable: Spokeswoman

Afkham said Iran has always stressed that it considers the detention of its citizens for “breaching sanctions” illegal and in violation of international laws.

Iranian judges are offered online services

A Judicial official has said that the Iranian judges can log onto the Judiciary’s social networking site and have online interaction with fellow justices.

Legal action on Mina tragedy under consideration: Deputy FM

Araghchi said there is still no news about the fate of Iran's former ambassador to Lebanon who went missing in the fatal stampede.
Jason Rezaian

Iranian court issues verdict for Washington Post reporter Rezaian

The defendant has 20 days to appeal the ruling in a higher court.
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Young billionaire stands trial on corruption charges (PHOTOS)

Iran has put on trial young billionaire Babak Zanjani on corruption charges.

Washington Post reporter part of plot to oust Iran gov’t: MP

Rezaian was tasked with implementing a scenario orchestrated by a group of US Senators, Shafiei quoted an IRGC report as saying.

Supreme Leader pardons prisoners on auspicious occasions

The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution has pardoned or reduced the prison sentences of as many as 630 convicts marking two Muslim feasts.

Iran’s judiciary dismisses talks on prisoner swap for Jason Rezaian

Nothing has been raised about the exchange of Jason Rezaian for Iranian nationals jailed in the US, Mohseni Ejei said.

Inmates imprisoned for involuntary offenses released in Mashhad (PHOTOS)

Over the past 25 years, 90,000 prisoners found guilty of involuntary offenses have been released.

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