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The pedestrian has no absolute right when crossing a footpath

NEWS_PUBLISH_DATE 30 December 2016
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The behavior of the pedestrian injured in an accident, when crossing incorrectly, is a mitigating circumstance. This is stated in the Interpretative Decision of the Supreme Court of Cassation. their intention to cross. According to the opinion, it does not matter whether the pedestrian is a child or an adult, whether he has life maturity.