According to a December 14th, 2012 post from the Hungarian blog Hagyó Dosszié, a complaint filed to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and the Hungarian Constitutional Court from the defendants in the trial of the BKV associates is still under review.
The suspects and their lawyers attested the transfer of the trial from the capital city Budapest to the Kecskemét Tribunal. This has been a controversial occurrence in the trial because Kecskemét is generally considered to be politically sympathetic to the prosecutors.
According to András Kádár, the lawyer of defendant number one Miklós Hagyó, the transfer has damaged the integrity of the case and abused the defendants’ rights. Kádár also complained about the lack of transparency in the transfer process.
I’ve written other posts about the transfer to the Kecskemét Tribunal which can be readhere, here, and here.