Nishit Timothy, a Slovak citizen of Indian origin, will not go to prison for the October 2017 case of a knife attack that ended with the death of the injured party.
This stems from a verdict issued by the Bratislava Regional Court on July 11, the Sme daily reported.
It in fact identified with a previous ruling of the Bratislava I District Court from October 2018, which said that the act committed by the defendant fulfils the conditions and attributes of self-defence. However, at the time, the prosecutor challenged the verdict.
The four-member senate now said that the original ruling was correct, Sme wrote.
11. Jul 2019 at 13:19 | Compiled by Spectator staff