Parts of the Vivalla trial are re-examined in the district court
The trial of Vivalla's double murder is partially re-examined in the district court on Thursday and Friday. It is to be examined whether the 23-year-old man who was convicted of particularly serious abuse should also be convicted of serious drug crime and abuse in court.
In the last trial, the district court dismissed the charges of serious drug crime and abuse in the case. The 23-year-old was first arrested in his absence and then arrested in Albaninen, who chose to extradite the man to Sweden.
However, the district court was unsure whether the Albanian court knew of the suspicions of serious drug crime and abuse in court when the man was extradited to Sweden, and decided to dismiss the charge on those points.appealed
The prosecutor's side appealed the district court's decision and demanded that the trial be re-instated, and got it right.
But it will be the same evidence for the district court to decide as in the first trial.
- We will not present anything new, says prosecutor Krister Petersson.
At the same time, court proceedings are being held in parallel, where the prosecutor wants the 23-year-old to be convicted of murder instead of particularly serious abuse.
- But there is nothing to this process, says Krister Petersson.