The capital bailiffs appealed to the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation criminal case about the insult of the judge in relation to the daughter of General Lev Rokhlin – Elena Rokhlina, the Agency TASS citing sources familiar with the situation.
According to the Agency, Elena Rokhlin came in Dorogomilovsky court in the process against the accused under article 282 of the criminal code (“Inciting hatred or enmity”) and repeatedly sharply spoke to the judge.
The bailiffs first issued her a warning, but when it didn’t work, they sent the materials to the BCC for decision of question about excitation of criminal case under part 2 of article 297 of the criminal code (“Disrespect to court, expressed in insult of a judge”), a source told the Agency.
Journalists note that this article of the criminal code punishable by a fine up to 200 thousand rubles, compulsory works for a term of up to 480 hours, or correctional labor for a term up to two years.
The leader of the movement “In support of the army”, a state Duma Deputy Lev Rokhlin was killed in the night of July 3, 1998 at the dacha outside Moscow. Initially admitted killing his wife, but later changed her story, saying that he incriminated himself under duress and out of fear for his family and the murder of General made three unknown in masks.
In November 2000 the Naro-Fominsk city court found her guilty and sentenced to eight years in prison, but already on 21 December 2000 the Moscow regional court reduced the sentence to four years and freed Tamara Rokhlin from-under guards. Then the conviction was reversed by the Supreme court and the case was sent for new consideration in city court of Naro-Fominsk.
In late 2005, Naro-Fominsk Moscow suburbs court recognised Tamara Rokhlin guilty of murdering her husband Lev Rokhlin, and sentenced the defendant to four years imprisonment.