Criminal case of crimes under Part 4 of Art. 160, part 1 of Art. 201 of the Criminal Code, returned to the prosecutor to remove obstacles to its consideration by the court.

Since the initiation of the criminal case in 2015, the client's defense was carried out by the lawyer Novokhatsky AA. His own investigation, as well as the use of modern approaches and methods in forming a defense position, including an appeal to leading experts in the field of criminal law and the process for obtaining expert opinions, revealed a number of gross and irreplaceable violations committed by the investigative body.


June 2018
The criminal prosecution of the client with the termination of the criminal case initiated on the fact of evasion from fulfilling the obligation to repatriate money in foreign currency or the currency of the Russian Federation was terminated (clause "a" part 2 article 193 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). Lawyer Bureau Belov D.O. in cooperation with his colleagues, succeeded in stopping the criminal prosecution of his client - a large regional entrepreneur, a manufacturer suspected of evading the obligation to repatriate money in the amount of more than three million US dollars.
April 2018
December 2017
May 2018
Ostankino District Court of Moscow sent a criminal case on the theft committed by an organized group on an especially large scale (part 4, article 160 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). During the preliminary hearing, the team of lawyers working on the case managed to prove the violations committed by the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation in determining the jurisdiction, in connection with which, the criminal case was sent to the Nikulinsky District Court of Moscow for consideration on the merits.
April 2018
The European Court of Human Rights admitted a complaint about excessive pre-trial detention time in a criminal investigation of embezzlement by an organized crime group on a particularly large scale S.Y. Lebedeva and D.O. Belov, attorneys at ZPartners, successfully secured commencement by the European Court of Human Rights of investigation into a complaint by their client about excessive pre-trial detention time. The respondent State has been asked to submit its response on the admissibility and merits of the complaint to be received by the Court by September 17, 2018.