Court does not grant ex-Azerbaijani prosecutor's sun's appeal
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 29 / Trend H.Bagirov /
An Azerbaijani court did not granted an appeal of ex-Azerbaijani Azizbayov District Prosecutor Rashid Hasanov's sun Yalchin Hasanov accused of the drug smuggling in Azerbaijan.
Today, the Baku Appeal Court kept in force the Azerbaijani Heinous Crimes Court's decision on Yalchin Hasanov.
Orkhan Nadirov, Mahir Mirsalamli, Yalchin Hasanov, Elshan Rustamov, Ali Ismayilov, Zubiya Gulami, Vugar Aliyev, Javidan Aliyev, Ramin Hasanov Kamila Eyvazova, Elshan Budagov, Hasan Hasanov and Mirali Aliyev are accused of the Article 206 (smuggling), 234.1( illegal acquiring or keeping of drug) and 234.4.1 (illegal acquiring or keep of drug for private use) of the Azerbaijani Criminal Code.
The accused were arrested as a result of the operation, which was held by the National Security Ministry in May 2009. Ecstasy, one kind of drug, was withdrawn from them.
Yalchin Hasanov was sentenced to eight years in prison, Hasan Hasanov and Ruslan Rustamov - to seven years and three months, Ruslan Zariyev, Vugar Aliyev and Javid Aliyev - to two years, Zubiya Gulami - to six years and Ali Ismayilov to seven years and six months in prison.
Orkhan Nadirov was sentenced to eleven years in prison, Kamila Eyvazova and Ramin Hasanov - to ten months, Elshan Budagov and Mirali Aliyev - to nine months in prison. The term which they were kept in the prison was considered as a punishment term and they were released.
The accusation against Guliyeva's son Nadirov was changed with the Article 307 (not reporting on crimes and earlier not promised concealing crime) of the Criminal Code.
The court decided to separate the criminal case against Baku Prosecutor Adalat Misalamli's sun Mahir Mirsalamli, from the common cause and the suspension of criminal proceedings against him, because of his severe disease.
Recently, the Baku Appeal Court considered the appeals of Hasan Hasanov, Rustam Rustamov, Ali Ismayilov and Zubiya Gulami and kept the previous court's decision in force.
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