Assassination of Anna Politkovskaya - Retrial

Retrial

On 25 June 2009, the Supreme Court overturned the no-guilty verdicts and ordered a retrial for three men on charges related to her murder.

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Armin Meiwes - Retrial and Murder Conviction
... In April 2005, a German court ordered a retrial after prosecutors appealed against his sentence ... Other aspects of the retrial determined whether Meiwes killed to satiate his own desires (in particular sexual desires), and not because he was asked to, which Meiwes has repeatedly rejected during testimony ... At his retrial, a psychologist stated that Meiwes could reoffend and still "had fantasies about devouring the flesh of young people" ...
Damilola - Retrial For Manslaughter
... The retrial of the two brothers began on 23 June. 1987, Lambeth, London) and Danny Charles Preddie (born 1988, Lambeth), after a 33-day retrial, were convicted of the manslaughter of Damilola Taylor ... During the retrial it was noted that, while the police did follow procedure collecting evidence, lapses occurred in the prosecution ...
Sakae Menda - Retrial
... Menda submitted six petitions for retrial although initially he did not have access to a lawyer ... The retrial began on September 27, 1979 ... The retrial allowed records that proved his alibi to be submitted, as well as a statement from a witness saying that she had lied under duress ...
Susan Gaertner - Khou Phong Lee Trial and Aftermath
... of 2010, prisoner Khoua Phong Lee was released from prison after a retrial was ordered in manslaughter convictions in the crash involving his Toyota vehicle which killed ... deliberations of the appeals court deciding on his right to retrial ... his conviction and ordering a retrial, Gaertner announced she would not be pursuing another case against him raising questions in the legal community and in the press about her judicial judgement for ...
Mohammed Atif Siddique - Appeal
... issued a statement on 9 February 2010 indicating that it had decided not to seek a retrial of Mohammed Atif Siddique on terrorism charges following the ... of the Appeal Court’s judgment, the Crown has decided not to seek authority for a retrial ... other terrorist offences, of which he remains convicted, means that a retrial would have little practical effect ...