Judge Oksana Tsarevych has found former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko guilty of contempt of court, which is an administrative offence, and obliged her to pay a penalty of 1.000 nontaxable minimum incomes.

According to Interfax, the judge announced this ruling after leaving the consultation room.
"The court finds Tymoshenko guilty of the administrative offence and obliges her to pay a fine of 1,000 nontaxable minimum incomes," the judge said.

As reported, Kyiv's Pechersky District Court started to hold investigatory proceedings on the criminal case on the murder of Ukrainian parliamentarian Yevhen Scherban in the absence of Tymoshenko, who is a suspect in the case.

At the beginning of the sitting, the judge read aloud the ex-premier's letter to the court, in which the judge saw the signs of contempt of court.

In addition, Tsarevych hold Tymoshenko’s lawyer Serhiy Vlasenko administratively liable, obliging him to pay a penalty of 1.000 nontaxable minimum incomes.

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