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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS

 


 

Criminal Arraignment

Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos

 

The People

 

Versus

 

Abram Reznikov

 

 

Subpart 1. Title.

 

In the matter of the Petition of The People, on the 9th of October, 2018, against Abram Reznikov.

 

Subpart 2. Body.

 

The People charge the subject(s) with:

GF022 - Felonious Burglary
MO013 - Possession of burglary tools

 

Are multiple misdemeanors stacked for a felonious conviction?

No

 

Subpart 3. Request.

 

The People demand of the subject Abram Reznikov to the following:

 

3 Years (Days) and 9 Months (Hours)
Ten Thousand Dollar Fine

 

Subpart 4. Evidence.

 

Exhibit 1.

Evidence Report



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Exhibit 2.

911 Call Recording

 

Subpart 5. Narrative.

 

A 911 call came in about a masked individual entering homes on Belview Road in Glen Park, Los Santos. Officers Ricci, Riggs, and Weber responded to the scene and scanned the area. Officer Weber alerted other units after spotting an individual exiting Belview Road #4. The suspect was seen running to his apartment and was felony stopped by police.

 

Mr. Raznikov compiled with police and it was discovered he had no properties on Belview Road. Mr. Ranznikov also refused to admit he was in the home on Belview Road, and his vehicle was searched. A dufflebag was found with various tools and possibly stolen goods.

 

When Officers inspected the home they discovered the lock was damaged via a torch or welder. Mr. Reznikov also had a torch in his presense and was there taken into custody and arrested.

 

Subpart 6. Recommendation.

 

Parole Recommendation After Release

No

 

Grant Early Release

No

 

Release on Bail

Yes

Five Thousand Dollars

 

Subpart 7. Declaration.

 

I, Alisha MacKenzie, District Attorney for San Andreas affirm that the foregoing is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

 

 

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Hello everyone! So, basically, I'm being charged for no reason and without any pieces of evidence for that! First of all, these so-called ''burglary tools'' were found in my car, they are NOT burglary tools, they are just tools for fixing something up in my house or for my car, please tell me where I can find the law that does not allow me to carry all of these tools in my own property, and that it is chargeable for doing so? The ''possible stolen goods'' are my goods, if you would check, there would be only my fingerprints, not anyone else. To continue... I've never been in Belview #4, I was never running through the garden, it has to be another person, because I was just near my car and not anywhere else, you just saw my first so you decided to make me the person who will be charged for something I've not done. Also, I could add that there was a person that was running away at the moment just the same time you've decided to arrest me, I could describe it too as well if you want me to do so.

 

So, I'd like you to show me any pieces of evidence of me being in the house - Belview #4, exiting it and running through the backyard. If you do not have any - this is just a false arrest.

 

Also, I'd like to say Sieger Weber or whatever his name is... Entered in my property without any warrants for doing so, he just took my car keys, opened it and entered it. I'm pretty sure he's not allowed to do so, he has to have a warrant for that. He did not have any. Show me the law where is shown that he is allowed to do, if not, and if we do not sort this out here - I will make a report on him.

(( @Wright @Zebulon ))

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**Justice Nolan peers to both benches, eyeing at both parties**

 

"Very well. I shall now pass around the official Notice of Action. I will require a plea for each individual charge from the defendant."

 

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS

 


Notice of Action

Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos

 

Notice is hereby given that the People, in the above-named case, has filed a criminal complaint pleading against you. The complaint was filed with the Criminal Court of San Andreas on October 11th, 2018.

 

You are officially being charged with the following:

  • GF022 - Felonious Burglary
  • MO013 - Possession of burglary tools

Within 72 hours, you must provide an answer, or response, to the claim(s) enclosed with this notice (attached to this notice). You must file your answer, in addition to any motions (if any), within that same time frame. If you fail to do so within the time frame, a default judgment will be entered against you. There will be one more attempt to contact you before the default judgment is entered.

 

Your response must contain your pleading in the matter, which could be one of the following:


Guilty

You plead guilty to some or all the crimes listed.

 

Not Guilty

You plead not guilty to some or all of the crimes listed, a will ensue.

 

No Contest

You do not formally plead guilty but you acknowledge the prosecution will likely prevail and choose not to contest the prosecution.

 

In addition, you may strike a plea deal with the prosecution, in which you can, for example, plead guilty for a lesser punishment.

 

(( @Brodyaga @Wright ))

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Hello everyone! So, basically, I'm being charged for no reason and without any pieces of evidence for that! First of all, these so-called ''burglary tools'' were found in my car, they are NOT burglary tools, they are just tools for fixing something up in my house or for my car, please tell me where I can find the law that does not allow me to carry all of these tools in my own property, and that it is chargeable for doing so? The ''possible stolen goods'' are my goods, if you would check, there would be only my fingerprints, not anyone else. To continue... I've never been in Belview #4, I was never running through the garden, it has to be another person, because I was just near my car and not anywhere else, you just saw my first so you decided to make me the person who will be charged for something I've not done. Also, I could add that there was a person that was running away at the moment just the same time you've decided to arrest me, I could describe it too as well if you want me to do so.

 

So, I'd like you to show me any pieces of evidence of me being in the house - Belview #4, exiting it and running through the backyard. If you do not have any - this is just a false arrest.

 

Also, I'd like to say Sieger Weber or whatever his name is... Entered in my property without any warrants for doing so, he just took my car keys, opened it and entered it. I'm pretty sure he's not allowed to do so, he has to have a warrant for that. He did not have any. Show me the law where is shown that he is allowed to do, if not, and if we do not sort this out here - I will make a report on him.

(( @Wright @Zebulon ))

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"A 911 call came in about a masked individual entering homes on Belview Road in Glen Park, Los Santos. Officers Ricci, Riggs, and Weber responded to the scene and scanned the area. Officer Weber alerted other units after spotting an individual exiting Belview Road #4. The suspect was seen running to his apartment and was felony stopped by police.

 

Mr. Raznikov compiled with police and it was discovered he had no properties on Belview Road. Mr. Ranznikov also refused to admit he was in the home on Belview Road, and his vehicle was searched. A dufflebag was found with various tools and possibly stolen goods.

 

When Officers inspected the home they discovered the lock was damaged via a torch or welder. Mr. Reznikov also had a torch in his presense and was there taken into custody and arrested."

 

(( @Urshankov @Brodyaga ))

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** Clinton Jackson hands a document to the bailiff who'd then hand it to the judge. **

 

Spoiler

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SUPERIOR COURT OF SAN ANDREAS

 

 


 

Subpoena Duces Tectum

ORDER TO ATTEND COURT OR PROVIDE DOCUMENTS

 

Court of San Andreas, District of Los Santos

 

Subpart 1. Summary.

 

Dear Los Santos Police Department,

 

This is a formal notification of request to attend, provide information to, or perform actions pertaining to an ongoing criminal or civil investigation. You are asked to perform the items checked below in an expedient and effective manner.

 

 - Attend the hearing.

 - Attend the hearing and bring all items checked in below.

 - Provide a copy of these items to court.

 

Subpart 2. Listed Items.

 

Item 1.

Full arrest report documenting any relevant information to the arrest of Abram Reznikov on the 7th of October, 2018.

 

Item 2.

Full dashcam/bodycam footage of the incident.

 

Subpart 3. Magistrate Signature.

(( Fill this in when a judge signs off on the subpoena with the judge's name before you send it to the recipient. ))

 

You are asked to complete this request within seventy-two (72) hours. Please be reminded, failure to properly respond to subpoena will result in being held in contempt of court.

 

(( @Urshankov @Wright @Shanks @Brodyaga ))

 

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**Justice Nolan signs the paper, handing it back to the Bailiff** 

 

"The subpoena shall be signed. As stated within the document, the prosecution shall publicly present all relevant and necessary information as requested within the form to the court"

 

(( @Wright @JameZ ))

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