The latest news and views about Iranian Judiciary
A top Iranian official says the country has called on the Interpol to hunt for the individual who, from abroad, encouraged people to violence during the ongoing protests in Iran.
Iranian Judiciary Spokesman Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Eje’i says a delegation from the judiciary system has paid regular visits to prisons across Iran during the current Iranian calendar year.
The head of the Tehran Judiciary Office has rejected British media reports that Iranian national Nazanin Zaghari – now serving time in Iran for sedition -- might be released in a swap deal.
Iran’s top security official has underlined the need to constantly fight corruption, urging local media to accurately report proven cases of corruption at all levels.
An Iranian reporter who was found guilty in a traffic collision has been sentenced to make an educational documentary film about car crashes and traffic rules in Iran.
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Top judiciary officials from Iran and Russia signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the prosecutor general offices of the two countries.
Iran’s Prosecutor General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri is slated to pay an official visit to Russia to attend a meeting of prosecutors general of the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (the SCO).
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says the legal case of Iranian national Nazanin Zaghari has nothing to do with Britain’s payment of its outstanding debt to Iran.
Tehran Prosecutor says the conservative newspaper Kayhan will be suspended for two days because of its Monday headline which was against the Islamic Republic’s principled policies.
Iranian and British top diplomats have discussed the case of an Iranian-British national who is behind bars in Iran for espionage.
Iranian Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani says the Islamic Republic’s missile capabilities serve defensive purposes and are not at all open to negotiation.
Iran’s ICT minister says the activities of counter-revolutionary elements in the cyberspace should not be used as a pretext to restrict the country’s political landscape.
Every now and then, the wrong tradition of celebratory gunfire in some Iranian cities turns a wedding ceremony into a mourning one.
A court in Iran is offering alternative prison sentences for prisoners who take part in cleaning operations of historical monuments.
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, has granted clemency or commuted the sentences of hundreds of convicts on the occasion of two great Muslim festivals.
An Iranian official says a bill on protection of women against violence is being reviewed at the country’s Judiciary.
Iran’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology says Twitter is blocked in the Islamic Republic for certain national security concerns, not cultural or ethical issues. However, he believes, filtering is not a good strategy.
An Iranian lawmaker says more than 90 percent of those sentenced to death for carrying illicit drugs would have the chance to return to life if the new bill passed by the Parliament is signed into law.
An Iranian lawmaker has stressed the importance of establishing a genetic data bank for prisoners.
An Iranian man who had illegally exploited subterranean water resources has been sentenced by a court to carrying out some research work.
Iran’s Judiciary chief has dismissed a recent US statement on the US prisoners in Iran as pointless, and said legal proceedings in Iran are none of Washington’s business.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has rejected the recent ‘unacceptable’ statement issued by the White House on the release of US prisoners in Iran, describing it as an example of interference in the Islamic Republic’s internal affairs.
Judges in Iran have recently started giving hunters interestingly unconventional sentences over illegal hunts.
Six men who had committed murder in separate cases in Iran have managed to obtain consent from the victims' parents and escaped the gallows.