Streetracer Bagdasaryan received new fines on March 8
The court has fined Mara Bagdasaryan for falling behind payment of previous administrative penalties.
The court in Moscow has sentenced the infamous racer Mara Bagdasaryan to four new fines in the amount of 22 thousand rubles for failing to pay the previous fines in due time. It is noteworthy that Bagdasaryan has not appeared in court. The judge has examined all the aggravating and mitigating circumstances of the administrative case and sentenced her under all four administrative protocols in the amount of two fines of 10,000 rubles (170 dollars) each, and two fines of 1 thousand rubles (17 dollars).
These fines are a punishment for previous unpaid fines, namely, for 10 days of court hearings on overdue fines, which the street racer had 'accumulated'; she had been fined for 177 thousand rubles.
Let us recall that, as the CrimeRussia had previously reported, the Savelovsky Court of Moscow is to hold a hearing in another case against Bagdasaryan on March 10 – this time, she will be tried for forgery of documents, which provides for criminal liability.
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