The Disciplinary Chamber of the HCJ initiated proceedings against 3 judges

The Disciplinary Chamber of the High Council of Justice considered 21 complaints and decided to initiate the proceedings against 3 judges.

This information was reported to “Law and Business” by the HCJ.

At the meeting on May 7, the Second Disciplinary Chamber of the HCJ decided to initiate the disciplinary proceedings against NadiiaTrofimova, judge of the Verkhnodniprovsk District Court of the Dnipropetrovsk Region, and Nadiia Posunsja, judge of the Appeal Court of the Dnipropetrovsk Region.

The disciplinary measures by means of a warning were taken against Olga Halych, judge of the Bilyayivka District Court of the Odesa region.

Also, the Disciplinary Chamber of the HCJ extended the time frame for processing disciplinary cases against 9 judges:

– Judge of the Holosiivskyi District Court of the city of Kyiv, Oleksandr Boyko;

– Judge of the Pechersk District Court of the city of Kyiv, Roman Novak;

– Judge of the Appeal Court of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Nadiia Posunsja;

– Judge of the District Administrative Court of the city of Kyiv, Arina Litvinova;

– Judge of the Krasnohvardiiskyi District Court of the city of Dnipropetrovsk, Inna Titova;

– Judge of the Kyiv Economic Court, Lyudmila Pukshin, the Kyiv Appeal Economic Court, Boris Tkachenko, Vyacheslav Zelenin;

– Judge of the Sosnov District Court of the city of Cherkasy, Serhii Bashchenko,

In addition, 5 judges avoided being liable to disciplinary action:

– Judge of the Krasnohvardiiskyi District Court of Dnipropetrovsk, Dmytro Cherkez;

– Judge of the Frankivsk District Court of the city of Lviv, Rostyslav Kozyurenko;

– Judge of the Pechersk District Court of the city of Kyiv, Vita Bortnitska;

– Judge of the Appeal Court of the Donetsk region, Rimma Zalizniak;

– Judge of the Krynychky District Court of the Dnipropetrovsk Region, Valentina Berelet.

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