Former CEO of Glitnir bank Lárus Welding was sentenced yesterday to five years in prison for breach of trust in the so-called Stím Case.
The Reykjavík District Court this morning acquitted a nurse, charged with involuntary manslaughter, of all charges.
A protest is scheduled for 5:00 pm today in front of the Reykjavík District Court building on occasion of recent verdicts in rape cases in which all the accused were acquitted.
Jóhanna Sigurjónsdóttir, a lawyer for two young women who recently accused two men for rape in an apartment in Reykjavík, intends to charge the lawyer for one of the suspects for leaking confidential information.
A woman who broke her leg in Nike-sponsored contest in Iceland is suing the sportswear company for USD 1.3 million.
The Reykjavík District Court today sentenced three defendants in the Marple Case, but found one of them not guilty.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Iceland sentenced Sigurjón Þ. Árnason, former director of Landsbanki, to three and a half years in prison.
The man who was taken into custody on July 23 on suspicion of having knowingly infected women in Iceland with HIV was yesterday released.