THE ACCUSED SELMA IMAMOVIĆ CONCLUDED A PLEA AGREEMENT FOR THE COMMITTED CRIMINAL OFFENSE OF ORGANIZED CRIME AND TAX EVASION23.01.2013. 15:15
The accused Selma IMAMOVIĆ - born on January 7, 1982 in Travnik, residing in Busovača, BiH citizen - entered into Plea Agreement with the Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crimes and Corruption within the Prosecutor's Office of BiH.
By virtue of signing the agreement the accused fully admitted committing the criminal offense she was charged with by the indictment of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH issued on May 7, 2012, which was confirmed in its entirety by the preliminary hearing judge of the Court of BiH on May 15, 2012.
Pursuant to the agreement the prosecutor, the defense attorney and the accused agree that Selma IMAMOVIĆ be rendered a conditional verdict of imprisonment for a term of two (2) years by the Court of BiH that shall not be executed providing that the accused does not commit another criminal offence within a 4 year period.
The proposed sentence is in line with the role of the accused in commission of the criminal offense listed in the indictment v. Fahrudin Čago et al..
By virtue of signing the agreement the accused has pledged to testify in the case v. the other accused persons in this matter, when summoned by the Prosecutor's Office and the Court of BiH:
With this agreement the accused confirms that she is aware of the content of the indictment issued by the BiH Prosecutor's Office. She also confirms that the plea statement was given voluntarily, knowingly, with full understanding and without any coercion or persuasion.
Pursuant to this agreement the accused has waived her right to a trial and appeal to the criminal sanction that shall be rendered to her by the Court of BiH.
The agreement was submitted to the Court of BiH.
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