On June 21, a new law is enacted that cancels the calculation prison term under the so-called 'Savchenko law' (when one day in pretrial detention center counts as two days of prison term).
Oleh Netrebko could have told investigators about the crimes committed by law enforcers during the Revolution of Dignity three years ago in Kyiv.
Key defendants in the 'amber mafia' case from the Rivne region have been released from detention center on bail. Former deputy prosecutor of the Rivne region Andrii Borovyk left on 1 million hryvnia bail ($38,760). Borovyk is suspected of organizing a criminal ring involved in illegal amber mining.
Consulate General of Ukraine in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, says Ukrainian political prisoner Artur Panov is alive.
Artur Panov, a citizen of Ukraine charged with preparation of a terrorist attack, died in a pretrial facility.
Ukrainian citizen Andrii Luhin slashed his wrists and then cut his throat in the Simferopol remand prison.
A hearing to choose a preventive measure against former People's Front MP Mykola Martynenko was postponed to 10 a.m., April 22.
Suspended Tax Service Chief Roman Nasirov was released from the pre-trial detention center after his relatives posted 100 million hryvnia in bail.
A 20-year-old prisoner died in hospital without regaining consciousness after he sustained injuries in a Kyiv detention center.
Starobelsk district court of the Luhansk region planned to hold private hearing of the case against ex-Head of the Party of Regions faction in the Verkhovna Rada of the 7th convocation Oleksandr Yefremov on Friday, Jan. 13, but adjourned it for early next week.
Chief of Kyiv police Andrii Kryshchenko said the investigation was launched to establish whether disbanded Tornado fighter injured himself or someone else did it.
Mykola Karpiuk, who has been held hostage by the Kremlin due to fake accusation, was convoyed from the detention center in Grozny, Chechnya, to Vladimir Central Prison.
Victoriia Zaverukha, suspected of killing police officers on May 4, 2015, attempted to slash her throat while being transferred to a remand prison from of the Kyiv Emergency Hospital.
A picket to prevent the transfer of former Berkut officers accused of killing Maidan activists from Lukianivka remand prison in Kyiv has ended.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine is not going to engage in conflict with the protesters outside Lukianivka remand prison and will bring the ex-Berkut soldiers accused of the Euromaidan activists’ slaughter to court “as soon as technically possible."