Astana. July 26. Kazakhstan Today - The Supreme Court will consider a petition for review of the verdict to Vladislav Chelakh's, sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of 15 people on the Argkankergen frontier post, within a month, and in the case of certiorari - within two months, Kazakhstan Today reports.
"The Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan has received a request from the lawyer Sarsenov. to review judicial acts against Chelakh, sentenced to life imprisonment for offenses specified in paragraphs "a", "c", "d", "to", "n" part 2 of article 96 (murder of two or more persons) of Part 1 of Article 172 (illegal acquisition, disclosure, dissemination of state secrets), paragraphs "b", "c" of Part 2 of Article 175 ( Theft committed repeatedly, with illegal entry into a residential, office or commercial space, storage, or inside of the vehicle), paragraph "a" of Part 3 of Article 255 (Theft or extortion of weapons, ammunition, explosives and explosive devices) of Part 1 of Article 251 (illegal purchase, transfer, sale, storage, transportation or carrying of weapons, ammunition, explosives and explosive devices) Part 2 of Article 387 (intentional destruction or damage of military property) of Part 2 of Article 145 (trespassing) of the Criminal Code," the press service of the Supreme Court informed.
According to the press service, the lawyer asks to cancel the verdict by the specialized inter-district military court on criminal cases against Chelakh, the decision of the board of appeal and the judicial panel of the military court to uphold the verdict of first instance, and stop the criminal case.
As explained in the Court, in accordance with Article 463 of the Criminal Code of Kazakhstan, the petition for review is being previously studied by the court within one month from the date of receipt, and in the case of certiorari - within one month from the date of receipt of the case.
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