Negodyaev who caused fatal accident went on vacation
The lawyer went on vacation and did not respond to journalists' calls.
Lawyer Vadim Negodyaev, who also teaches at the Institute of Law (Faculty) of the Kemerovo State University, went on vacation after the resonant accident in Kemerovo.
"Now, there is the winter session, as in other institutions of higher education, record-week ends, exams begin after (New Year) holidays. Vadim Valer’evich (Negodyaeva) is not in the university, in general, he is on vacation,"- the civil rights faculty told RIA Novosti refusing to comment on the accident involving its personnel.
According to the official website of the Law Institute of the Kemerovo State University, Negodyaev is listed as a senior lecturer of the civil rights faculty. Regional journalists cannot meet with the lawyer and get in touch with him. Some suggested that he could leave the region.
Recall, on the eve, the Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee in the Kemerovo region reported that a criminal case is initiated into the accident, which occurred on December 22. The case is opened under part 3 of Art. 264 of the Criminal Code (Violation of Traffic Rules, which negligently caused human death).
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, SUV BMW X6, behind the wheel of which was prominent lawyer Vadim Negodyaev, rammed a bus stop. The lawyer was driving on Lenin Street in the BMW X6 car, lost control and the car rammed the stop, where people were standing. As a result of the accident, a 34-year-old woman was seriously injured, who later died in hospital.
The accident caused a public outcry, because he tried to hush up the case, a pre-investigation check was carried out within a few days without assigning the relevant examinations. Then, it became clear that lawyer Negodyaev has close ties with law enforcement and judicial systems of Kemerovo. In particular, the defendant owns the building, which is rented by the Kemerovo region ICR Department and regional court for several years.
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