Spokesman for the Judiciary announced that Canada has not had any kind of cooperation with Iran to return big embezzler Mohammad Reza Khavari to the country.
A man who has been convicted of poaching has been sentenced to receiving environment training instead of imprisonment in Golestan Province.
In explaining why his family decided to waive its right to Qisas, a brother of the murder victim said that the pleasure one finds in forgiveness can never be found in revenge.
Prosecutors allege that the head of the Ettela’at daily has acted against a directive of theirs which is based on a decision of the Supreme National Security Council.
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.
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.
Iran has put on trial young billionaire Babak Zanjani on corruption charges.
Over the past 25 years, 90,000 prisoners found guilty of involuntary offenses have been released.
"What is wrong with a defendant or their attorney saying that the ruling issued in the case is not fair?" Motahari asked in the letter.
Images of a convicted killer being spared by the family of the murder victim.