Moscow's Simonovsky district court to hear administrative case against Navalny - lawyer
Opposition politician Alexei Navalny has been taken to the Moscow Simonovsky District Court, where an administrative case over the breaching of the rules of holding rallies and disobedience to police by him will be tried.
Navalny "has been brought to the Simonovsky District Court," his lawyer Vadim Kobzev tweeted.
As earlier reported, two protocols dealing with an administrative offense on the basis of Articles 19.3 (disobedience to legitimate orders by a police officer) and part 8 Article 20.2 (violation of the rules of holding rallies, demonstrations and etc) of the Russian Administrative Offense Code have been issued against Navalny. He faces up to 30 days under arrest for the latter misdemeanor.