Shipowner appeals verdict in scrapping case for the second time

Norwegian shipowner Georg Eide appeals the verdict of the appeal court which maintained the prison sentence given in 2020. Updated.

Photo: Ole Stian Bockelie/Miljødirektoratet

The two-week deadline for appealing the verdict from Gulating Lagmannsrett – an appeal court in Norwegian city Bergen – is up, and the Norwegian shipowner Georg Eide appeals the verdict yet again.

So confirms Maria Bache Dahl, police attorney with the National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime (Økokrim), to ShippingWatch.

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