A court in Moscow sentenced businessman Alexei Kozlov to five years in prison for stealing shares in a company producing imitation leather. Kozlov was arrested in the courtroom and placed in detention. Kozlov's case has been one of the most high-profile in Russia in recent years. Investigators maintain that Kozlov used fake documents to steal the company shares. Kozlov pleaded not guilty. Kozlov and his wife, journalist and well-known opposition leader Olga Romanova, claim he was framed. Kozlov was convicted and sentenced related to the same charges in 2009, but the Supreme Court reversed the conviction; now the court has convicted Kozlov again on remand.