The date has been set for hearings into an appeal by Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny and his brother against their convictions in a theft case.
The Moscow City Court said on February 3 that the hearing will take place on February 17.
Navalny was convicted of large-scale theft on December 30 after a politically charged trial.
He received a suspended 3 1/2-year sentence.
His brother, Oleg, was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison on the same charges.
Earlier on February 3, the Taganka District Court in Moscow postponed a hearing on Navalny's challenge against blocked access to his blog site in Russia.
The hearing was scheduled for February 3, but the court postponed it because a representative of the Prosecutor-General's Office did not show up.
Russian media regulator Roskomnadzor last month ordered the website to be blocked at the request of the Prosecutor-General's Office.
As recently as late January, Navalny was still using social media to call for mass demonstrations on March 1.