Schadl trial: the first verdicts against the bailiffs were handed down

A verdict was announced in the case of the defendants of the Schadl-Völner trial who waived their right to a trial in the preparatory phase in February and admitted their guilt based on the indictmentwrites Six executors who paid György Schadl in exchange for his commission and four other defendants did the same.

However, György Schadl and Pál Völner denied their guilt, in the case of him and the other ten defendants in the case, the court will announce a verdict at the end of the trial.

The six executors who confessed during the preparatory phase of the criminal trial received a suspended prison sentence of three or four years and a fine of five to five million forints.

In addition, they were banned from executive work for five years, but the court did not consider it proportionate to ban them from all occupations that required a law school degree. The court assessed the passage of time and the upbringing of a minor child as mitigating circumstances for several defendants, and for one of them, the illness.

The defendants admitted that in exchange for their appointment, they would hand over a good part or all of the taxable profit of their office to György Schadl. For some, this meant 42.6 million, while others received 254.8 million. In return, according to the indictment, György Schadl returned 1-3 million per month to them, although there is an executor who received almost a third of the 101 million paid back.

George Schadl He was arrested in December 2021. After that, as a result of an ongoing investigation into the crime of official bribery and other crimes, Chief Prosecutor Péter Polt made a motion to the President of the Parliament to suspend the immunity of Parliamentarian Pál Völner.

Pál Völner he was deputy minister and parliamentary state secretary of the Ministry of Justice, and since August 2019 he has also been a ministerial commissioner in charge of the Hungarian Judicial Executive. According to the prosecutor’s office, there was a well-founded suspicion that Pál Völner received HUF 2-5 million – a total of HUF 83 million – in bribes over a long period of time from György Schadl, the president of the Executive Faculty of the Hungarian Court.

György Schadl, Pál Völner and 20 other associates were indicted last October for corruption and crimes against property, as well as money laundering.

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