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The Supreme Court prohibited the detainee’s refusal to give the password to security forces from being considered an admission of guilt


The Supreme Court of Russia has prohibited the detainee’s refusal to give his phone password to security forces from being considered an admission of guilt. RAPSI reports this.

The Supreme Court made this decision after considering a complaint from a person convicted of attempted illegal sale of a narcotic drug on a large scale. The Lower Court found that the man arrived at the site where he was going to set up drug caches, but did not have time. He was detained. The man did not admit his guilt and insisted that he bought the drug for himself.

The Sun took his side. One of the reasons for this was the lack of evidence in the case materials that he had connections with drug suppliers and users. The Supreme Court noted that earlier courts had unreasonably referred to his refusal to voluntarily provide law enforcement officials with the password to his phone.

The man’s sentence was reduced by almost seven years and the place of imprisonment was changed. Now he will spend three years and three months in a general regime colony.

It was previously reported that the salaries of Russian judges have increased by 1,055 times since October 1. Read more about this in material Public News Service.

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