Moscow court legitimized confiscation of property of Khoroshavin’s son
Defense of the Sakhalin former Governor's family tried to appeal against arrest and withdrawal of a car and apartment in Moscow.
Gagarinsky Court of Moscow rejected the complaint of lawyers of ex-governor of Sakhalin Aleksander Khoroshavin’s son about confiscation of property. RIA Novosti reported this with reference to representative of the defense Ivan Mironov.
According to him, the judge recognized lawful arrest and withdrawal of the car and the capital apartment of Khoroshavin’s son - Igor.
To recall, ex-Governor of the Sakhalin region Aleksander Khoroshavin since March, 2015 is under examination on suspicion of several episodes of bribery for millions of rubles. Now hearings, connected to his case are being held in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
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