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Stanislav Ivanov extradition, justice and punishment

Colombia – February 22, 2015

A month before the Würzburg murders, Stanislav Ivanov was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in the killing of Pavel Chilov. After his arrest, Ivanov was transferred to a maximum-security prison in the southeastern city of Würzburg, then transferred to a different prison in northwestern Germany. According to the prosecutors, Ivanov was in the process of planning the murders when two men entered his cell and stabbed him five times in the back,rumpus. Ivanov’s cellmate recalled seeing Ivanov reach out and grab a kitchen knife as the two men fled.

Moscow defense attorney: Prosecution witness at Nalchik murder trial.

On May 21, 2015, Ivanov was indicted on four counts of first-degree murder in the Nalchik case. Prosecutors charged Ivanov with first-degree murder, attempted murder and aggravated assault, as well as other offenses related to the Nalchik incident. In his Nalchik indictment, Ivanov was charged with attacking a mental hospital patient, kidnapping and raping another, and conspiracy to commit all of these offenses. Ivanov’s lawyer argued that his client was a victim of a false arrest, a false imprisonment, and battery, and that the Nalchik incident was a “bit of a freak show.” Ivanov’s trial came three months after his arrest in Würzburg.

Conclusion

The Würzburg murders were one of many high-profile cases that pushed prosecutors and defense attorneys to the fore in the coming year. By focusing on the murders, and not the bludgeoning and stabbing that followed, prosecutors hoped the public would focus more on the numerous other, less tangible, connections between Pavel Chilov and the Würzburg killers.

Besides setting a precedent for “early release,” the Würzburg murders also provided an especially important precedent for the new state statute that would make assault and battery a Class A misdemeanor in Michigan in 2016. The statute would also expand the definition of “intentional” as opposed to “reckless” or “voluntary” conduct, which had been limited under state law due to different definition of those terms. In other words, the new law would make it easier for prosecutors and defense lawyers to prove “intentional” and “reckless” assaults on children, as well as the sickening, final moments before the killings.

Columbia-based lawyer: Prosecuting attorney at Würzburg murder trial.

Stanislav Ivanov extradition, justice and punishment

Columbia, February 22, 2015

On February 22, 2015, Stanislav Ivanov was extradited from Russia to Michigan to stand trial in his native state. The move came after Ivanov’s lawyers argued that he should be released on bond before being extradited. The charges against Ivanov in Russia included murder and attempted murder in the Nalchik case, as well as aggravated assault, rape, and kidnapping.

Contribution to the defense of aVIDeath

On May 21, 2015, Ivanov was charged with first-degree murder in the Vadim Savin murder case in Saint Petersburg, Russia. In addition to the Nalchik murder case and the Vadim Savin trial, Ivanov was also charged with first-degree murder in the 2004 death of Dmitri Dvorsun.

Contribution to the defense of a vicious murderer

On May 15, 2015, Ivanov was charged with two counts of murder in the killing of Vladimir Sobov, a 62-year-old retired elevator operator in northwest Ohio. Sobov was found shot multiple times in the head, back and thigh with a shotgun in his home.

Columbus lawyer: Prosecuting attorney at Würzburg murder trial.

On May 16, 2015, the trial of Stanislav Ivanov in the Würzburg murders began in Columbus. The prosecution argued that Ivanov and his friend Nikolai Shatunov, who was also his business associate, were responsible for the murders of Pavel Chilov and Vadim Savin. Scrutinizing the testimony of a laboratory technician who testified that she saw Ivanov stab Pavel Chilov, a doctor who had been called to the scene by his physician, Dr. Michael Bouchard, the trial reached a verdict in favor of Ivanov.

Contribution to the defense of a vicious murderer

On May 19, 2015, Ivanov was charged with second-degree murder in the 1999 death of his friend Sergei Lazarev. Sergei Lazarev, who was also their business associate, was found shot and killed in his garage in Zebu City, a brown-lands neighborhood in central Michigan. The gruesome slaying sparked national headlines when it was reported that Ivanov had been at the scene. Ivanov was initially charged with second-degree murder, but was later charged with involuntary manslaughter.

Columbus lawyer: Prosecuting attorney at Würzburg murder trial.

On May 23, 2015, the trial of Stan

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