Evgenia and her daughter Kristina allegedly remained on Capitol grounds after a curfew took affect.
Both women came to the United States as religious refugees from Moldova.
Please keep in mind that in the United States, every citizen charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty.
- First Name(s): Evgenia
- Last Name(s): Malimon
- Case Number: DC Superior Court 2021-CMD-187
- Arrest Location: Washington, DC
- Judge: Neal E. Kravitz
- Entry Last Updated: 12/27/2022
- Date Docket Downloaded: 12/27/2022
- Currently Incarcerated: No
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Violation of Curfew (1)
There are no updates regarding Evgenia- however both her daughter (Kristina) and Earl Glosser were sentenced on 10/13/22 following a bench trial in DC Superior Court. They both received 1 year of probation and 100 hours of community service. It is unknown if Evgenia received the same, if any, sentencing.
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Information on Writing/Encouragement
Ms. Malimon speaks mainly Russian. She relied on the help of an interpreter during legal procedings.
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