Mara Bagdasaryan can face criminal case for forgery of sickness certificate
Investigation verification against famous street racer is carried out.
Street racer Mara Bagdasaryan can become a defendant of new criminal case. Street racer was suspected of forgery, namely of sickness certificate. Police officers doubted authenticity of documents – in their opinion, the false sick-list Mara closed one of days in which missed obligatory works.
As the press service of court ushers of the capital told, the doubts appeared after the fact that issue of list of disability was not confirmed by any medical institution, from list specified in the document. The sick-list was transferred to criminalists from the Ministry of Internal Affairs who within several days studied it and confirmed that the document has counterfeit signs. It allowed police officers to initiate a criminal case under part 3 Art. 327 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Use of obviously false document).
On February 17 material of check was directed to the Municipal Department of Internal Affairs of Moscow for the decision on initiation of legal proceedings, reported the press service. Under above-mentioned article the penalty to 80 thousand rubles or 480 more hours of obligatory works can threaten Mara Bagdasaryan before half a year of arrest.
Earlier the CrimeRussia wrote that the street racer for the last four days was by court fined by 75 thousand rubles, including for failure to pay earlier written out penalties.
On February 10, 2017 the first of 54 administrative cases concerning the racer for failure to pay penalties was considered. Court sessions on them will take place till March 14, and on March 21 Savelovsky Court will consider the claim of prosecutor's office for deprivation of the repeated violator of traffic regulations of driver's licenses.
To recall, in December, 2016 the magistrate's court considered 72 cases on administrative offenses of Mara Bagdasaryan. In total for all offenses court appointed her administrative detentions to 10 and 14 days, 595 hours of obligatory works as the janitor in the capital area Sokol and penalties for the total amount of 183 thousand rubles.
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