After the termination in 1967 of the secondary school No. 29 in the city of Ravda, Stanislav Razumov, an attempt was made to enter a military school. However, the attempt was unsuccessful.
Since august 1967, he began working as an electrician at the Revda Metizno-Metallurgical plant and worked there before he was drafted into the ranks of the Armed Forces of the USSR. The service was held from May 1968 to June 1970 in the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany.
In 1970 he entered the Sverdlovsk Law Institute (now the Ural legal Academy), which graduated in 1974 with a degree in "jurisprudence".
Stanislav Razumov starting as a trainee judge of the Oktyabrsky district court of Penza (August 1974 – January 1975), continued its activity, Lenin (1975-1979), the judge of the Penza regional court (1982-1985), deputy Chairman of the Penza regional court, leading the work of the judicial Collegium for criminal cases (1985-February 1987). In February 1987 he was elected judge of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation.
Stanislav Razumov works in the judicial Board on criminal cases, is Deputy Chairman of the court composition of the Board, which the Supervisory control of the courts in the vast territory of Russia – from the Omsk region to Sakhalin.
As a representative of the judiciary, he is a member of the Expert Council of the Commission on Human Rights under the President of the Russian Federation and a member of the National Committee for the Year of Human Rights in the Russian Federation.