A high-profile case: the examination found no signs of separatism in the statements and documents Yanukovych
Obolonskiy district court of Kiev declared a break in judicial session on consideration of the case on charges of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych of treason until October 5.
The corresponding decision was announced by the judge Vladislav Devyatko, writes UKRINFORM.
During the court hearing, the court examined a number of video interviews Yanukovych, starting in 2014, the conclusions it is judicial-psychological examination and a comprehensive linguistic examination of speech and writing performances of Yanukovych.
The court also examined the documents describing Yanukovych, and the accompanying letter from the constitutional court of Ukraine with the attached copy of the oath of the President of Ukraine and the Protocol inspection of the site of the Verkhovna Rada of depriving Yanukovych of the title of President of Ukraine.
The court also examined the forensic-linguistic examination of the statements of Yanukovych. According to the text of the opinion, in his remarks, the signs of separatism do not exist.
Separately, the court examined a number of videos regarding the mass arrival of Russian troops on the territory of Crimea in March 2014.
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We will remind, the previous lawyer Yanukovych said withdrawal in the case of treason. In particular, the state attorney Yanukovych Vitaly Machacek refused to participate in the trial.
In November 2016, the Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko announced the suspicion of treason Viktor Yanukovych in the premises of Sviatoshynsky court, being in direct contact with the Rostov court, where the President is a fugitive. Yanukovych is accused of committing treason, aiding the authorities of the Russian Federation, intentional acts committed for the purpose of modifying the boundaries of the territory and the state border of Ukraine.
Obolon court of Kyiv allowed the special court proceedings in the case of Viktor Yanukovych. This resolution provided for the absence of Yanukovych, who would have to go with the court on the Skype connection. In absentia proceedings, the prosecutors insisted.
July 6, the lawyers of Viktor Yanukovych, Vitaliy Serdyuk and Igor Fedorenko announced their withdrawal from the trial in the Obolon district court of Kyiv. The defenders of the fugitive stressed that July 6 will not participate in the hearing because Yanukovych wrote a statement that waives their services.