Judiciary

Harsher Revenge Awaiting US for Gen. Soleimani Assassination: Iran

Iran Gives Death Penalty to Mossad Spy Who Aided Soleimani’s Killing

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – An Iranian national has been sentenced to death for spying for the CIA and Mossad on the whereabouts of Lt. General Qassem Soleimani, who was assassinated by the US in Baghdad early this year, Iran’s Judiciary spokesman said.
Iran Urges France to Stop Interfering in Dual National’s Case

Iran Urges France to Stop Interfering in Dual National’s Case

Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman has called on the French government to stop meddling in the Islamic Republic’s internal affairs saying that judicial issues are pursued independently in Iran.
Iran Thanks Switzerland for Facilitating Prisoner Swap Deal with US

Iran Thanks Switzerland for Facilitating Prisoner Swap Deal with US

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has praised Switzerland’s role in facilitating what seems to be a prisoner exchange between Iran and the United States, in which American Navy veteran Michael Ray White and Iranian doctor Majid Taheri were freed.
French FM’s Comments on Adelkhah to Further Complicate Her Case: Iran

French FM’s Comments on Adelkhah to Further Complicate Her Case: Iran

Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman has reacted to meddlesome remarks made by French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian about Iranian prisoner Fariba Adelkhah.
Iran Leader Grants Clemency to Large Group of Iranian Inmates

Iran’s Leader Grants Clemency to 3,721 Inmates on Eid al-Fitr

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, has pardoned or commuted prison terms of 3,721 convicts found guilty by various Iranian courts.
‘Sultan of Cars’, His Wife Sentenced to Death in Iran

‘Sultan of Cars’, His Wife Sentenced to Death in Iran

Iran has given death penalties to a man and his wife who had hoarded more than 6,700 automobiles and disrupted the car market and are also convicted of money-laundering involving a sum of 32 trillion rials.
Iran Extradites 16 Indonesian, Chinese Inmates

Iran Extradites 16 Indonesian, Chinese Inmates

Fifteen Indonesian nationals and a Chinese imprisoned in Iran on charge of smuggling fuel have been extradited to their respective countries.
“Send Me to Jail”, Iranian Judge Asks Prosecutor after Mistaken Ruling

“Send Me to Jail”, Iranian Judge Asks Prosecutor after Mistaken Ruling

An Iranian adjudicator in a court in Tehran has submitted a peculiar request, asking the prosecutor general of the capital to indict him for issuing a mistaken ruling that had placed a defendant in custody unjustly.
Over 93,000 Iranian Inmates on Furlough amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Over 93,000 Iranian Inmates on Furlough amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Head of the Iranian Prisons, Security and Corrective Measures Organization says more than 93,000 eligible prisoners across the country have been granted leave amid the outbreak of coronavirus.

Dozens of Iranian Inmates Escape from Prison

Dozens of inmates have broken out of a prison in western Iran, but some of them have handed themselves over to authorities after the jail break.