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Mikhail Khodorkovsky's defense intends to provide its evidence on Thursday
Mikhail Khodorkovsky's defense intends to provide its evidence on Thursday, Genrikh Padva, a lawyer of the former Yukos chief, told RIA Novosti. "We were ready to provide evidence of Khodorkovsky's innocence today," the lawyer said. In his words, on Thursday, January 27, 2005, Lebedev's defense was to finish reading out documents of the criminal case. In the afternoon, Khodorkovsky's lawyers planned to study the evidence against their client. However, Padva added that since the court had twice broken for recession due to the busy schedule of the two judges, there was no point in making plans yet. The defense of Platon Lebedev, the head of Menatep, has been furnishing its evidence for over two months, applied for excluding some documents from the criminal case and interrogated experts. The Meshchansky Court broke for recession until Friday, January 28, RIA Novosti correspondent reports from the court. "Everything has been done to continue the hearings," said Irina Kolesnikova, the presiding judge. However, she added, the court broke for recession because two judges had to hear other cases. On Thursday, no hearings were held. The Meshchansky Court broke for two recessions. Khodorkovsky and Lebedev are facing charges pursuant to seven articles of the Criminal Code each, including tax evasion and fraud
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