The former head of the judicial chamber of the court of arbitration Ivan Menko was found guilty of receiving bribes in monetary and natural form. The Kirov regional court of Yaroslavl was sentenced to 6 Â½ years imprisonment.
The decision of the Kirov court of Yaroslavl former judge of the Arbitration court of Yaroslavl oblast Ivan Menko was found guilty on 2 articles - "bribe reception in the large size" and "receiving a bribe in especially large size". While receiving the fees for the "right" decisions, the servant of the law both in monetary, and in natural forms.
So, according to the version of the investigation, in June 2013 the referee Menico acquired by intermediary 5 thousand $ and a bottle of cognac price of 30 thousand rubles, reports the edition "ÐŸÑ€Ð°Ð²Ð¾.Ru". This "gift" he bought for the implementation to the production process of bankruptcy of the housing cooperative and the completion in the shortest possible time.
In addition, in April 2014, the former judge had acquired through the intermediary of RUB 2 million from Yaroslavl businessman Konstantin Sonin. The promotion was purchased for the decision to deny the claim of one of Yaroslavl in favor of businessmen and Sonin-controlled firms. The businessman also paid 400 thousand rubles to the attorney as a reward for his service in such a meticulous process.
What a businessman means not directly not saved from liability to the legislation and its. The investigation against Konstantin Sonin is almost finished. He was charged under article "bribery to the official through the intermediary in especially large size".
The verdict of the local court of the Kirov Yaroslavl Ivan Menico appointed 6 years and 6 months in the colony of strict regime, and in addition a penalty in the amount of 4.1 million rubles. in Addition, the criminal history affected the profession of his father former judge - Igor Menico resigned from the post of head of management of Federal bailiff service according to the Yaroslavl area.
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