Former head of the Penta financial group Jaroslav Haščák has been released from custody.
The Supreme Court upheld his complaint against the decision of the Specialised Criminal Court from December 4 that remanded him in pre-trial custody.
"The senate came to the conclusion that the existence of reasons for custody of the accused was not proved," Supreme Court spokesperson Alexandra Važanová told the Sme daily.
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7. Jan 2021 at 17:37 | Compiled by Spectator staff