Budapest court to make a sentence in regard to Azeri officer on 13 Apr
The Budapest court will make a sentence in regard to Azerbaijani officer Ramil Safarov on 13 April, Trend reports quoting Adil Ismayilov, the Azerbaijani lawyer of the defendant.
According to Ismayilov, the expert report was heard out at the sitting held on 7 March. Experts were invited to the sitting and their report was heard out. Examination was set thrice in relation to psychological state of Safarov and all three expert reports contradict to each other. This time experts confirmed report of the first examination, showing that Safarov was sane person during commitment of the incident, as well as at present time. The expert, made the second expert report, also participated in the sitting. In accordance with this expert report, Safarov was regarded as medium-sane. Nevertheless, the experts, made the third expert report, were not invited to the sitting. In accordance with the third expert report, Safarov was insane during the incident and at present time, but the judge did not take it into consideration, Ismayilov noted.
According to Ismayilov, during the last sitting the court investigated contradictions between the reports and accepted the first one. The judge addressed to sides with will to sum up the sitting.
The lawyer of Safarov in Budapest informed the judge that she was not ready for making speech and must to get some documents. Therefore, the judge put the next sitting till 4 and 13 April. He said that the sentence will be made on 13 April after delivery of speeches, Ismayilov noted.
It should be mentioned that Safarov is accused of murder of Armenian officer Gurgen Markarian.