Stavropol judge to be punished for conflict with Road Patrol Service 

Stavropol judge to be punished for conflict with Road Patrol Service
A man resembling Judge of the Oktyabrsky district of Stavropol, Aleksandr Korobeynikov Photo: Still from the video

The council of judges insists on this.

The Council of Judges of the Stavropol region demands that the judge of the Oktyabrsky district Court of Stavropol, Aleksandr Korobeynikov, who had a conflict with the police officers, be brought to justice. This is reported by Interfax referring to Chairman of the Regional Council of Judges, Andrey Kablov.

According to him, the Council conducted an audit and concluded that Korobeynikov had violated parts 2 of Art. 4 and 6 of the Code of Judicial Ethics. The articles state that a judge is obliged to comply with Russian laws, the Constitution, and generally accepted standards of morality and ethics. In addition, it is stressed that Korobeynikov could not use his official position for personal benefits.

During the meeting, members of the Council noted that the judge “behaved rudely, pushed a traffic police officer, used obscene expressions, and defamed the immunity of judges.” Now the fate of the offender will be decided by the qualification board of judges.

Previously, a video was published on social networks, in which the judge pushes a traffic police officer, then accuses the police of beating and threatens to call the district prosecutor. It was alleged that Korobeynikov’s car was stopped because of tinting.

Video: Conflict between judge and traffic police officer in Stavropol

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