Krasnodar court deprives former judge who knocked down athlete of driver’s license
Arsen Krikorov was at the center of a scandal in mid-January 2019.
Krasnodar’s Oktyabrsky District Court deprived the former judge of the Krasnodar Garrison Military Court Arsen Krikorov of his driver’s license for one year and nine months in the case of leaving the place of an accident in which the athlete suffered, RIA Novosti reports.
It is known that Krikorov did not agree with the court decision and stated that he would appeal against it.
Arsen Krikorov was at the center of a scandal in mid-January 2019. On December 21, while driving a Kia Optima, the judge knocked down an 18-year-old athlete, who was crossing the road to a yellow light. After that, Krikorov tried to escape from the scene, but other motorists stopped him. According to eyewitnesses, the judge was drunk.
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