Mara Bagdasaryan apologizes, promises never to violate traffic rules again
Lawyer Alena Dornak said Mara Bagdasaryan suffered diabetes, heart diseases, asthma, had had her spleen removed; and asked not to punish her client severely.
The lawyer said that 22-year-old Mara Bagdasaryan, notorious for her street racing, pleaded guilty, promised to never violate traffic rules again and is going to get a job to be able to pay her numerous fines. This was stated by the young woman’s counsel Alena Dornak at the hearing in the Savelovsky Court of Moscow.
She has 67 fines according to the latest counts. Having considered the administrative protocols for four days the Savelovsky court sentenced the violator to 230 hours of community service and 10 days of administrative arrest.
Ms. Bagdasaryan’s attorney Alena Dornak asked the court to spare her client and take into consideration her many diseases and injuries.
The lawyer has listed diabetes, asthma, cerebral hemorrhage, spinal cord injury, contused lungs and a closed fracture of the right half of the chest.
Ms. Bagdasaryan, involved in the Gelandewagen chase with Ruslan Shamsuarov, has already served 10 days of administrative arrest for the loud incident. However, she repeatedly mocked the traffic police by posting pictures and videos of her reckless driving and often traffic violations.
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