Mara Bagdasaryan fined 10 thousand rubles more
March 21, a participant of races on Ruslan Shamsuarov's Gelandewagen and the worst traffic rules offender Mara Bagdasaryan may be deprived her driver's license for life.
The Moscow district court has fined the notorious street racer Mara Bagdasaryan 10 thousand rubles.
The court has found her guilty of violating part 1 of Art. 20.25 of the Russian Administrative Code, which envisages a penalty for non-payment of an administrative fine within the prescribed period.
According to the case materials, Bagdasaryan conducted another offense under part 7 of Art. 12.9 of the Russian Administrative Code (Exceeding the established speed of movement) on July 25, 2016, but failed to pay the ticket issued in the amount of 5 thousand rubles in time. She paid the fine as late as on January 9.
The 23-year-old speed racer and her lawyers failed to attend the court hearing, TASS notes.
February 10, 2017, the first out of 54 administrative cases against the racer for non-payment of fines was reviewed. Court sessions will be held until March 14; March 21, the Savelovsky Court will consider the claim of the prosecutor's office on the revocation of the traffic rules violator's driving license.
Let us recall that in December 2016, the Magistrates Court considered 72 cases on administrative offenses committed by Mara Bagdasaryan. In total, the court sentenced her to an administrative detention for 10 and 14 days, 595 hours of compulsory work as a janitor in the Moscow district of Sokol, as well as fines totaling 183 thousand rubles.
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