The Supreme Court clarifies when a citizen can be removed from the courtroom

The Supreme Court clarified in what cases a citizen can be removed from the courtroom, writes Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

According to the adopted resolution of the plenum of the Supreme Court of Russia Of the Arbitration Procedure Code of the Russian Federation when considering cases in the court of first instance '', to persons who have violated the order in the court session or who do not obey the lawful orders of the presiding judge, the arbitration court has the right to apply, after warning, a measure of procedural compulsion in the form of removal from the courtroom. Thus, if a person makes a scandal and does not respond to comments, he can be kicked out. If several people are shouting, the whole group will be removed.

At the same time, it is specified that if a participant in the process regularly interrupts the judge and does not allow others to speak, he himself may be limited to the time of speaking.

The law also allows limit the speaking time of participants in the process who speak too much, including voicing unnecessary information. An unauthorized violation of the order of speech may consist, in particular, in the fact that a participant in the trial interrupts the presiding judge or other participants.

Earlier, the RF Armed Forces explained which information from the complaints could be considered defamatory. We are talking about a situation when citizens persistently write complaints about someone, accusing them of wrongdoing.

Also, the Supreme Court reminded of the need to wear masks in the store. Even if the outlet does not offer personal protective equipment, visitors are required to wear them.


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