Bagdasaryan’s fines exceed $3,400
The court imposed another fine to the infamous driver: now she has to pay 24 thousand rubles more.
The Magistrate court 352 of Aeroport district levied a 24,000-ruble fine on Mara Bagdasaryan for failure to pay an administrative fine in time, reported Moscow’s Savelovsky District Court.
The magistrate court reviewed eight administrative files against the incorrigible violator on Thursday, March 9. They were all administrative offenses violating part 1 of Art. 20.25 of the Administrative Code.
Just as before, Bagdasaryan did not bother showing up at the hearing having left a motion to consider the case without her presence. So, for 11 days of hearings, the court sentenced the offender to fines totaling 201 thousand rubles.
As the CrimeRussia wrote previously, Moscow’s Savelovsky Court will try another Bagdasaryan’s case on March 10: this time it is about document forgery, which is a criminal offense.
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