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Aşıkoğlu started his position as the Alanya Public Prosecutor in 2009 and continued until 2013 when he quit his position to initiate his career as an attorney at law.
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T.C. SUPREME COURT DECISION 7.Criminal Department Based on: 2016/10029 Decision: 2016/8897 Date of Decision: 23.06.2016 A CRIME OF SMUGGLING – A VEHICLE STOPPED AT ROAD CONTROL WAS SEIZED WITHOUT A BANDOL AND SMUGGLED CIGARETTES DURING A SEARCH – A VIOLATION OF THE PROVISION FACILITY WITH INCOMPLETE INSPECTION - A VIOLATION...

T.C. SUPREME COURT 7.Criminal Department Based on: 2014/28897 Decision: 2016/8781 Date of Decision: 23.06.2016 CRIME OF OPPOSITION TO LAW NO. 4733 – THE CONFISCATION OF ILLEGAL GOODS SUBJECT TO CRIME MUST BE SETTLED BY A DECISION, WHILE ITS DESTRUCTION BY DESTRUCTION IS ALSO RULED - CORRECTION AND APPROVAL OF THE...

T.C. SUPREME COURT 7.Criminal Department Based on: 2014/22890 Decision: 2016/8644 Date of Decision: 22.06.2016 CRIME OF OPPOSITION TO LAW NO. 4733 – A POWER OF ATTORNEY FEE IS IMPOSED IN FAVOR OF THE CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION, WHICH DECIDED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CASE EVEN IF IT WAS NOT HARMED BY THE...

T.C. SUPREME COURT 7.Criminal Department Based on: 2014/24599 Decision: 2016/8643 Date of Decision: 22.06.2016 VIOLATION OF LAW NO. 4733 - THE SUBJECT OF THE APPEAL REVIEW SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED WHETHER THERE IS A CONNECTION BETWEEN THIS FILE AND ANOTHER FILE IN TERMS OF THE APPLICATION OF A CHAIN CRIME –...

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