So-called “thief-in-law” sentenced to 10 years of imprisonment

Batumi City Court has found so-called “thief-in-law” Mindia Goradze Lavasoghili (Goradze) guilty of being a “thief-in-law” and participating in the meetings of so-called “criminal bosses” and sentenced him to 10 years of imprisonment.

InterPressNews was told by the Prosecutor's Office that Mindia Lavasoghli has been charged under paragraph II, Article 223(1) (being a “thief-in-law”) and Article 223(2) (participation in the meetings of so-called “criminal bosses” ) of the Criminal Code of Georgia.