Three days of hearings: new 64 thousand rubles fines for Bagdasaryan
To date, 7 of the 54 peas are held.
Today, February 15, the magistrate's court № 353 of Airport district reviewed 4 administrative material in respect of infamous street racer Mara Bagdasaryan. For each of the administrative cases for violation and late payment the court sentenced the girl to a fine of 10 thousand rubles. In total, 54 proces-verbal are executed on Bagdasaryan, of which only 7 were held. During three days of court hearings the street racer was sentenced to fines totaling 64 thousand rubles.
Spokesman for the Moscow Savelovsky Court Konstantin Timoshenko added that Bagdasaryan was absent at the meeting asking to review materials without her.
In December 2016, the magistrate's court № 353 examined 72 cases on administrative offenses, upon which Bagdasaryan was sentenced to 24 days of administrative arrest (which the girl had completed), as well as 595 hours of compulsory labor and administrative fines totaling 183.000 rubles ($3223). The fan of street racing is working in Zhilischnik state-financed entity, Sokol district. She spends there it over 4 hours a day sorting documents.
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, Bagdasaryan was one of the defendants in a resonant case upon Gelandewagen races. However, in the case of racing with the police on the SUV of son of the Lukoil Deputy Head Ruslan Shamsuarov she was only as a witness, despite the fact that she directly participated in the incident. After the scandalous incident Bagdasaryan was repeatedly detained for other traffic violations.
Recall that the Moscow Prosecutor's Office seeks the court to life revocation of Bagdasaryan’s driver's license because of medical contraindications. Prosecutors report that the malicious traffic offender has the disease, which is incompatible with driving. The Savelovsky Court of Moscow will consider the Prosecutor's claim on the merits on March, 21.
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