The norms of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (CAO RF) on the timing of prosecution have been brought into line with the legal position of the Constitutional Court.
The following changes were made to the Code of Administrative Offenses:
in article 4.5 “Prescription period for bringing to administrative responsibility”:
the words “two months” are replaced by the words “sixty calendar days”, the words “three months” are replaced by the words “ninety calendar days”;
The statute of limitations for bringing to administrative responsibility is calculated from the day the administrative offense was committed.
Article 4.8 “Calculation of terms” is supplemented by part 1.1 of the following content: “The course of the period determined by the period begins on the next day after the calendar date or the occurrence of the event that determines the beginning of the period.” That is, if the notice to the driver came on April 2, then the appeal period begins on April 3.
Also, the article is supplemented with part 3.1 of the following content: “If the end of the period calculated in days falls on a non-working day, the last day of the period is considered the first working day following it.”
The amendments were made, among other things, thanks to the case of citizen Melnikova, whom the court first charged with leaving the scene of an accident, and then withdrew them, considering that due to the insufficiently clear wording in the Code of Administrative Offenses, the girl’s right was violated.
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Source: Road Attorney/Telegram
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