On Monday 4 March a man called Sergei Magnitsky will go on trial in Moscow for fraud and tax evasion. If he's found guilty, it's not clear where Mr Magnitsky will serve his sentence, because he's been dead since 2009.
Now this is what I call a courtroom drama. Will the defence put their client on the stand, and risk submitting him to cross-examination - presumably via ouija board - or alternatively, will they insist on his right to remain silent?
Will Magnitsky get bail, or will the authorities consider him a flight risk?