Former Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili was taken to Tbilisi City Court from the Gori military hospital in the country's capital to participate in the "jacket case" trial.
"Footage of the motorcade of the Ministry of Justice's Special Penitentiary Service was shown by several TV channels," the report said.
It is reported that today will be another hearing on the "case of the jackets," in which Saakashvili is accused of embezzlement of state funds.
The trial will be held against the background of a protest rally organized by the country's largest opposition party - the United National Movement.
Saakashvili's supporters began gathering outside the court building in the morning. A big screen is being installed at the site, which will broadcast the speech of Georgia's third president in court.
Levan Khabeishvili, one of the UNM leaders, called on the police not to interfere with the rally.
Lawyers also say Saakashvili has prepared an important speech for today.
It is noted that the court has not allowed to broadcast the trial live - TV channels will only be able to show footage that has already been filmed.