Aziza Khaydarova, assistant to ex-judge Bobojon Gafurov district, sentenced to 10 years in prison

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Aziza’s relatives called the verdict unfair and said they would appeal against it.

 

Aziza Khaidarova, assistant to Rustam Saidakhmadzoda, judge of the court of Bobojon, Gafurov district, Sughd region, sentenced to 10 years in prison. The court found her guilty of fraud, embezzlement and falsification of evidence. Aziza Khaidarova previously denied all the allegations.

 

The trial of Aziza Khaidarova was held in the courthouse of the city of Khujand under the chairmanship of a judge of the Gorno-Matchinsky district court.

 

A well-informed source of Radio Ozodi reported on January 4 that Aziza Haidarova was sentenced on December 26.

 

“Aziza Khaidarova sentenced with “extenuating circumstances”. The prosecution asked for 14 years in prison for her”, – added the source.

 

Aziza’s relatives called the verdict unfair and said they would appeal against it.

 

23-year-old Aziza Khaydarova, an assistant to Rustam Saidakhmadzoda, a judge of the court in Bobojon Gafurov district of the Sughd region, was detained on June 10 in a fraud case. Later, she was charged with two new charges – embezzlement and falsification of evidence.

 

Source: Asia-Plus