On Saturday, August 17, the Chernihiv court on its own initiative corrected its mistakes in documents prepared for the detention of the Deputy Minister for the Occupied Territories of Yuri Grymchak. About it reports the correspondent of "the Country".
Today's meeting began with a two-hour delay.
The court corrected the wrong case number, surname and initials of the lawyer, as well as Grimchak's patronymic (from the wrong "Mikhailovich" to the correct "Nikolaevich").
The defense lawyer's lawyer said she would file an appeal. He will also file an application for a judge in the GBB and the WCCS.
Grymchak spent that night in a temporary detention facility, but today he will be transferred to a pre-trial detention center.
Prosecutors today said that during the arrest, Grimchak had a package of watermelon and biscuits, which he gave to his son.
See today's judgment below:
For more information on how today's meeting was held, read the online report of "Strany" from Chernihiv.
Yury Grymchak during today's meeting. Photo: "Country"
Earlier, the "Country" reported that the court in Chernihiv left Grimchak in custody for two months with bail.
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