New Secretary of State of Kazakhstan Adilbek Dzhaksybekov has raised the issue of corruption in execution of court rulings in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan’s political scientist Yerlan Karin studied the problem of terrorism in Kazakhstan and provided a detailed socio-demographic portrait of a typical local terrorist.
The calls for illegal changes in the territorial integrity of Kazakhstan would be punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment, according to the draft of the new Criminal Code.
The Prosecutor of Karaganda Oblast initiated a criminal case against the owner and the tenant of Kokpekty water reservoir.
A man believed to be the world's longest-serving death row inmate was Thursday granted a retrial in Japan over multiple murders in 1966, decades after doubts emerged about his guilt.
Over 80 thousand Kazakhstan nationals have been forbidden to the country and travel abroad because of their debts.
Judicial proceedings in Kazakhstan are groundlessly dragged out and overly formalized in the opinion of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev.
It is important to tackle the issue of growing workload: President Nazarbayev.
Kazakhstan succeeded in proving that KT Asia was one of Ablyazov's shell companies used to move asset from one company to another.
Banking giant JPMorgan Chase has reached a tentative agreement to pay a record $13 billion fine to the Justice Department to settle probes into its residential mortgage-backed securities.
US President Barack Obama said Tuesday an alleged Al-Qaeda operative snatched by US commandos in Libya was involved in plots that killed hundreds of people and will be brought to justice.
A terminally ill former Black Panther, who spent 40 years in solitary confinement for murder, was set free Tuesday after a judge reversed his controversial 1974 conviction for murder.
For Holocaust survivors and their families in Kosice, a once bustling town in eastern Slovakia turned wartime ghetto.
The US Department of Justice on Friday launched a bid to more tightly regulate Apple's wildly lucrative iTunes storefront, after the tech giant lost a price-fixing case.
Kazakhstan plans to join 7 Hague Conventions by the end of the year.
Jordan on Sunday vowed "credibility and transparency" in dealing with radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada after Britain deported him to Amman to face terror charges.
The US state of Texas on Wednesday executed its 500th convict since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976, a record in a country where capital punishment is in decline elsewhere.
American forces could launch a deadly drone strike against a target on US soil if there was an "extraordinary circumstance".
Sri Lanka's president on Tuesday appointed the government's senior legal adviser as a replacement for the impeached chief justice, despite protests by lawyers and a chorus of international criticism.
International criticism mounted Saturday over a move to impeach Sri Lanka's chief justice, with Britain demanding protection for the incumbent and the beleaguered legal profession in the former colony.
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