Prosecutors are trying to find out why Nahirny did not appear in court yesterday and where he actually is

Press service of Transcarpathian Prosecutor's office  12 March 2013 18:29  5031584 032208
Prosecutors are trying to find out why Nahirny did not appear in court yesterday

Prosecutors began to clarify why the participant of the infamous accident near Khust Nahirny Pavlo did not appear on February 11 for trial to the Khust District Court.

At this trial they would have considered a petition of Khust interdistrict prosecutors to apply to Nahirny compulsory medical measures in the form of temporary admission to a psychiatric institution with increased supervision.

The prosecutor already has explanation of Pavlo Nahirny's wife, who said that her husband is currently being treated, and did not appear in court because he had not been notified of the date and time of the trial.  Pavlo Nahirny's attorney confirmed the words of the woman, however, he assured the prosecutor that his client will come for the next trial.

Khust interdistrict prosecutor also sent the request to the court to establish whether Pavlo Nahirny was timely notified of the hearing and the request to the Beregovo psychiatric hospital to establish whether the defendant is really being treated.

Prosecutors remind that the statute of limitations for criminal liability in this case is 10 years.
Thus, after the conclusion of doctors to terminate the application of compulsory medical measures, general criminal proceedings against Nahirny will be implemented, and subsequently an indictment act will be sent to the court to bring him to justice for the crime under the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

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