Mara Bagdasaryan deprived of driving license until death
The malicious infringer of traffic rules will not be able to drive a vehicle because of epilepsy.
Scandalous female street racer Mara Bagdasaryan is permanently deprived of driving license by the Savelovsky Court of Moscow.
Mara, known as a participant in the races on Gelandewagen of the son of Lukoil Vice-President Ruslan Shamsuarov and malicious non-payer of fines of the STSI, was stripped of the right to drive vehicles for medical reasons, TASS reported.
Earlier, during the court sessions on administrative violations of the racer the Spokesperson of the Savelovskaya Interdistrict Prosecutor's Office said that according to medical documents, she suffers from epilepsy.
Court spokesman Konstantin Timoshenko said that this way the court met the claim of the Prosecutor's Office. The verdict can be appealed within a month from the moment of preparing the full version of the judgment, which will be issued within 5 days.
On January, 20 the Moscow Prosecutor's Office filed a motion to the court to deprive Mara Bagdasaryan of her driver's license. A few days earlier her lawyer David Kemulariya claimed that the woman suffered from epilepsy. After that representative of the supervisory agency Elena Rossokhina stated that it was necessary to exclude a threat to the safety of other road users from the side of Mary Bagdasaryan. According to government decree 1604 as of 29.12.2014, in Russia epilepsy is considered a contraindication to driving a vehicle.
On February, 27 following the meeting of the world section of Savelovsky court, the amount of Bagdasaryan's fines for administrative violations increased to 128 thousand rubles ($2.2 thousand).
Earlier, in December 2016, the World Court considered 72 cases on violations by Bagdasaryan. In the framework of them, administrative arrests for 10 and 14 days, 595 hours of compulsory works and fines of 183 thousand rubles ($3.2 thousand) were assigned to her. On January 12, 2017 the court re-appointed administrative arrest to her for absenteeism of compulsory work.
In addition, on March, 1 the Moscow police completed the investigation of the criminal case about the forgery of Mara Bagdasaryan's sick leave to evade the administrative punishment imposed by the court. Soon, the notorious racer will appear in court under part 3 of Art. 327 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Use of Forged Document).