DUSHANBE -- Another son of a Tajik lawyer, who is representing a prominent opposition figure, has been jailed.
A court in the western city of Vahdat on June 2 sentenced Daler Tabarov to six months in prison for failure to report an unspecified crime.
Tabarov's brother, Firuz Tabarov, was sentenced to 13 1/2 years in prison in February for promoting antistate propaganda.
Their father, lawyer Ishok Tabarov, told RFE/RL earlier that the charges against his sons were politically motivated.
Tabarov is a lawyer for opposition businessman Zayd Saidov, the leader of the unregistered New Tajikistan opposition party.
Saidov has been serving a 29-year prison term since 2013. He was found guilty of financial fraud, polygamy, and sexual relations with a minor.
Saidov and his supporters deny the charges, saying they are politically motivated.