On suspicion of having issued a false medical certificate and thereby assisting Labor Court President Stanko Omerzu in avoiding the trial, the Maribor court instituted a preliminary investigation against her.
The judge is on trial on charges of stealing his former intimate friend from Slovenia Bistrica, reports Vecer.
Earlier this year, after an opinion committee at the Faculty of Medicine in Ljubljana assessed that the defendant had recovered well enough and was able to participate in criminal proceedings again, the process was expected to end soon. But after writing, The Night was again complicated. The scheduled calls were canceled one after another because the Maribor Regional Court had to send the file to the Maribor High Court, and from there pilgrimage to the Supreme Court.
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According to Vecer, the defense has not only sought legal maneuvers to exclude Judge Craig from the case, but also its boss, senior and even supreme judges who have ruled in his criminal, disciplinary and administrative proceedings. Omerz's lawyer, Velimir Kugmas, also tried to transfer jurisdiction to another court outside the Maribor area, but was dismissed by the Supreme Judges. As he continued to insist on the motion, Judge Krajchev sentenced him to 500 euros in delay in proceedings in June.
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At one of the following hearings, Evening reportedly proved even tougher. Because Kugmas has again proposed removing her, she is fined $ 1,500. The courtroom on that day also claimed to have been subject to a medical certificate, on the basis of which the court canceled as many as three hearings for Omerzu in June.
The medical certificate was issued by Omerz's personal doctor and at the moment stated that he would not be able to stand trial for two weeks. Now it may be that the doctor will also land on the bench for issuing this certificate. The Maribor District Court instituted a preliminary investigation against her. Because of a reasonable suspicion that she had issued a false medical certificate, the court charged the prosecution with criminal prosecution, and Alenka Zadravec, president of the Maribor District Court, confirmed that night.
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The defendant was not on sick leave one day during ill health
The basis for the criminal charges against the doctor was the court's finding that defendant Omerz was not on sick leave at the time he was released from trial for ill-health. Also, the Expert Review Committee at the Ljubljana Faculty of Medicine, which reviewed Omerzu on June 18 on a court order, did not find the trial judge to be incompetent.
The prosecution is now on the move. They will investigate the case and bring it to the attention of criminals. If the investigation turns out to have deliberately helped the patient escape the trial, he would be charged with felony issuing a fake medical certificate, punishable by up to three years in prison, rather than threatening Omerzu. Namely, the law imposes a sentence of up to two years in prison for pillaging, writes Vecer.
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