Mara Bagdasaryan pays all tickets: almost 200.000 rubles
In addition, the reckless driver has to work 595 hours as a penalty for the traffic violations and late payment.
The infamous fan of street racing paid all the traffic violation fines she had to pay, which made as much as 183.000 rubles.
Konstantin Timoshenko, the Moscow Savelovsky Court spokesman, confirmed the information.
As previously reported by the CrimeRussia, last December, the magistrate court tried 72 cases on administrative offenses committed by Ms. Bagdasaryan. Besides the fines, she was sentenced to 595 hours of compulsory labor, as well as custody of 10 and 14 days. The young woman kept ignoring the compulsory work though, which earned her another jail term of 15 days that the court sentenced her to on January 12.
Earlier it was reported that the Moscow Prosecutor's Office argues Bagdasaryan should be deprived of her driver's license for life due to medical contraindications. Prosecutors claimed that the incorrigible traffic offender has a disease incompatible with driving. The defendant’s attorney held that his client had split liver in 6 places (after a car accident), "not a fully functioning heart," and that the woman suffers from epilepsy seizures.
In Kabardino-Balkaria, an officer of Rospotrebnadzor (Federal Service on Customers' Rights Protection and Human Well-being Surveillance) had received a bribe for protection. The businessman, who had given the bribe, has turned to police.
In the last two years, the management of SK Balt-Stroy Limited Liability Company was involved into two criminal cases pertaining to embezzlements in the Ministry of Culture (Restorers’ case) and embezzlements during the construction of Vladimir Putin’s residence in Novo-Ogarevo. However, this hasn’t affected the company’s business affairs in any way. Governmental contracts with SK Balt-Stroy are extended on a regular basis. Structures affiliated with the company have been recently awarded a contract to restore the Kremlin towers. The CrimeRussia was figuring out why do the disreputable restorers still continue working in the Kremlin?