Mara Bagdasaryan receives another $465 for violating traffic rules
In just five days of court hearings, the street racer was imposed fines in amount of 102 thousand rubles ($1755).
The Magistrates Court of the Moscow No. 353 of the Airport District examined six other administrative case materials in relation to street racer Mara Bagdasaryan, who does not pay fines for traffic violations. About this, spokesman of the Savelovsky Court of Moscow Konstantin Timoshenko told TASS.
"Today, the court considered six administrative materials against Mara Bagdasaryan, for which she was imposed administrative fines totaling 27 thousand rubles. In just five days of court hearings, the street racer was imposed fines in amount of 102 thousand rubles", he said.
As of today, 14 out of 54 administrative materials against Bagdasaryan have been examined. According to the court official, Bagdasaryan does not appear in court, having submitted an application for hearing of the case in her absence.
On March 21, the Savelovsky Court will consider the Prosecutor’s claim on depriving her of the driver's license.
In December last year, the Magistrates Court examined 72 cases of administrative offenses committed by Bagdasaryan. As a punishment, she was imposed 595 hours of compulsory labor, administrative fines in the amount of 183 thousand rubles, which she paid, and administrative arrests for 10 and 14 days. On January 12 this year, the Court again sent her under administrative detention for skipping the compulsory work.
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