Former judge from Krasnodar who knocked down student deprived of driver's license
After the incident, the driver tried to escape from the accident scene and threatened the witnesses with his status.
Krasnodar’s court deprived former judge Arsen Krikorov, who knocked down an 18-year-old student at a pedestrian crossing and tried to escape from the accident scene, of his driver's license for a year. Two administrative cases were filed against Krikorov. The second one will be considered on May 28, TASS reports.
“There were two administrative cases in relation to Krikorov – one of them under the article about leaving the accident scene. It was considered, as a result of which he was deprived of his driver’s license for a year,” Krikorov’s lawyer Igor Andrianov said.
The accident occurred in December 2018. According to preliminary information, Krikorov was drunk. The examination estimated the victim’s injuries as moderate non-life threatening, so the former judge avoided criminal liability.
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