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Volodymyr Zhukovskyy’s public defenders are seeking a hearing for his potential release after a new crash report alleges a biker was under the influence

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Volodymyr Zhukovskyy’s public defenders are seeking a hearing for his potential release after a new crash report alleges a biker was under the influence and his motorcycle over the center line when Zhukovskyy’s pickup truck slammed into a pack, killing seven last June in New Hampshire.

The motion by Zhukovskyy made public Monday also cites discovery information claiming Jarheads Motorcycle Club president Albert Mazza Jr. was looking back at his fellow riders just prior to the accident on U.S. Route 2 in Randolph, N.H., and had a blood alcohol level of 0.135 in an autopsy report, well over the 0.08 limit of impairment.

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“Given the dramatically different factual circumstances as they are known at this time, Mr. Zhukovskyy respectfully requests an evidentiary hearing on the continuing need for preventative detention,” attorneys Jay Duguay and Steve Mirkin wrote in the motion for an evidentiary bail hearing filed Friday.

Zhukovskyy is currently being held in a New Hampshire jail while he awaits trial on 23 counts including homicide charges stemming from the accident.

Counsel and a prosecutor did not immediately return requests for comment Tuesday.

The motion states prosecutors recently disclosed an independent crash reconstruction report from Crash Labs, which shows the New Hampshire State Police crash investigative unit’s initial assessment of the accident was “deeply flawed” in suggesting Zhukovskyy’s pickup truck was 1.5 feet over the center divider at the time of the accident.

A Crash Labs representative Tuesday declined to comment on a crash report and who paid for it. New Hampshire State Police did not immediately respond to an inquiry.

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The Crash Lab report concludes Mazza’s motorcycle was protruding over the center line when it struck Zhukovskyy’s pickup truck towing a flatbed trailer, marking an initial impact between the left side of Mazza’s motorcycle and the left front tire of Zhukovskyy’s truck, the motion states.

Crash Labs’ report allegedly ties a tire mark on the center line of the road to catastrophic air loss of the truck’s left front tire, which was attributed to an “unsuccessful avoidance maneuver” by Mazza’s bike which prosecutors have since retracted.

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Zhukovskyy’s lawyers wrote their client could live at home with his parents in Springfield, surrender his passport and not drive a motor vehicle while on bail.

A massive records-keeping scandal at the Massachusetts RMV last summer revealed Zhukovskyy shouldn’t have been able to drive at the time of the accident because of a DUI a month prior in Connecticut.

Prosecutors have an April 6 deadline to respond to the motion.

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