Can a person be held accountable for threats by telephone?
Conversation recording and witnesses are available.
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Answered on November 26, 2014 10:45 pm
It is possible, but difficult. Law enforcement agencies are reluctant to start cases on such a minor offense in their opinion. And not every claimant will have enough strength and patience to finish the job. What can be done? You have a record of telephone threats and witnesses, this is quite enough to initiate a case under article 119 of the Criminal Code, Part 1, “The threat of murder and the infliction of grievous and grave harm to health.” - for stress and emotional tension. Attach to the application a printout of phone calls with the number of the person threatening you, and wait for it to be calculated, and if you even know it, then it will be even faster. It is possible with this directly to the court, with all documents and references and to demand compensation for moral harm and funds for treatment.
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Answered on September 14, 14:02
Of course, especially if there is a record from the phone. I agree to the criminal code of article 163 punishment will be imprisonment.