Preventive arrest warrant on Sebastian Ghita, revoked by the Ploieşti Court of Appeals

Ploiesti Court of Appeals has admitted on Thursday the appeal lodged by former Deputy Sebastian Ghiţă and has ordered the revocation of the preventive arrest in absence, in the file on the IT service contracts. The ruling is final.

“The Ploiesti Court of Appeal admits the appeal brought by the defendant Ghiţă Sebastian Aurelian against the (…) decision made by the judge of rights and freedoms of the Prahova Court, which it totally abolishes and, by re-judging the defendant’s request, admits the request and orders the revocation of the preventive arrest measure,” reads the decision of the Ploieşti Court of Appeals.

The decision of the Ploieşti Court of Appeals is final.

This was the last file in which preventive arrest was ordered on Sebastian Ghita.

In September 2018, the magistrates of the Ploiesti Court of Appeals rejected the appeal filed by Sebastian Ghita against the Prahova Court’s decision, which dismissed as unfounded his request for revocation of the preventive custody measure. The Prahova Court rejected as unfounded, on August 28, as first court, the request filed by Sebastian Ghita, a decision he appealed against.

The High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ – Supreme Court) acquitted Sebastian Ghita in June 2018  in the file he was tried along with former police chiefs and prosecutors in Prahova. Sebastian Ghita was acquitted of all offenses for which he was sued by the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA): bribe giving, influence buying, money laundering, blackmail, two offenses of use of information not intended for public use, and driving a car without a license.


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