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The lawyers of the ex-mayor of Vladivostok have been charged

The lawyers of the ex-mayor of Vladivostok have been charged
Investigators indicted two lawyers for the former mayor of Vladivostok, Igor Pushkarev. They are accused of interfering in the activities of the court.

According to the Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia in the Primorsky Territory, Pushkarev's lawyer tried to use illegal methods and methods to obstruct justice during the consideration of the criminal case. In particular, the defendants tried by threats and deception to force the victim's representative to lie in court in a way that would be more advantageous for Pushkarev. He had to say that in the actions of the former mayor there was no damage to the MUPV "Road of Vladivostok".

Pressure on the representative of the victim was organized, including with the involvement of officials of the Vladivostok administration. However, the victim refused to speak to assist the ex-mayor.

As noted in the SC IC of Russia in the Primorsky Territory, the actions of lawyers are contrary to several laws of Russia, including the Code of Ethics of Lawyers. The investigation into the defendants at the final stage, their property was seized.

Former mayor of Vladivostok Igor Pushkarev sentenced to 15 years in a maximum security colony for corruption while working at the post. He helped controlled companies win state contracts and lobbied the interests of his enterprises. From a colony in Primorsky Krai эtapiroval to Khakassia this week. 

The claims against the former mayor amounted to 1,452 billion rubles. Previously, the plaintiffs insisted on the amount of damage in 3,281 billion rubles, but the claims were adjusted in February 2020. Controlled by a former company official resumed work in February of this year.
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