Gelandewagen race participant got another 10 days in jail
Earlier, on November 1, the magistrate sentenced Abduvahob Madjidov 5 days of arrest after the day before he was stopped by the traffic police for a traffic violation.
The Moscow magistrates' court № 14 issued a decision to add an additional 10 days of administrative arrest for driving without a license to Abduvahob Madjidov, the participant of Gelandewagen races with the son of the Lukoil Vice-President Ruslan Shamsuarov.
It is reported that these 10 days Madjidov received for driving without a license on Znamenka Street, Moscow on 21 September. According to the magistrate, 10 days of arrest will come into force after the efflux of 5-day-term, to which he was prior sentenced on November, 1 by the Timiryazevsky court of Moscow.
Earlier in the trial the accused admitted his guilt and repented and his lawyer asked the court not to appoint him the penalty of administrative detention. However, Madjidov received 5 days minus one, which he had already served after detention.
The decoy was detained in Moscow at Novy Arbat on the eve of the evening. On October 17 the Gagarinsky Moscow court acquitted him on the high-profile Gelandewagen race’s case, appointing his two friends 300 hours of correctional labor and confiscated Shamsuarov’s car in profit of state.
The offense took place on 21 May. Within five hours Shamsuarov, Madjidov and Uskov were tried to escape from the traffic police, making dangerous situations for road users.
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