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Information about Criminal Cases on Domestic Violence Investigated in First Half of 2018 in RA IC Proceeding; Increase Observed

30.07.2018 12:04

Criminal cases on domestic violence investigated in the first half of 2018 in the RA proceeding were examined in the RA Investigative Committee.

Pursuant to examinations in the mentioned period 258 criminal cases on domestic violence were investigated in the first half of 2018 in the proceeding of the RA Investigative Committee as compared with 215 cases investigated in the previous year. 11 out of 258 criminal cases were investigated in the proceeding of General Military Investigative Department of the RA Investigative Committee.

Most of the criminal cases refer to violence used by husband. Manifestations of other apparent crimes committed by other members of the family were also recorded. 
   

Thus, out of 258 criminal cases

127 referred to battery envisaged by the Article 118 of RA Criminal Code,
34 - to threat to murder, to inflict heavy damage to one's health or to destroy property envisaged by the Article 137 of RA Criminal Code,
20 - to infliction of willful light damage to health envisaged by the Article 117 of RA Criminal Code,
15 - to sexual intercourse or other sexual acts with a person obviously under 16 envisaged by the Article 141 of RA Criminal Code,
9 - to infliction of willful heavy damage to health envisaged by the Article 112 of RA Criminal Code,
9 - to infliction of willful medium-gravity damage to health envisaged by the Article 113 of RA Criminal Code,
8 - to murder envisaged by the Article 104 of RA Criminal Code,
6 – to causing strong pain or bodily or mental sufferance envisaged by the Article 119 of RA Criminal Code,
6 – to willful evasion from supporting child by the parent envisaged by the Article 173 of RA Criminal Code,
4 – to illegal deprivation of freedom envisaged by the Article 133 of RA Criminal Code,
3 – to willful destruction or spoilage of property envisaged by the Article 185 of RA Criminal Code,
2 – to murder of a newly born child by mother envisaged by the Article 106 of RA Criminal Code,
2 – to rape envisaged by the Article 138 of RA Criminal Code,
1 – to causing to commit suicide envisaged by the Article 110 of RA Criminal Code,
1 – to violent sexual acts envisaged by the Article 139 of RA Criminal Code,
1 – to divulging the secret of adoption or forcing to give agreement on adoption envisaged by the Article 169 of RA Criminal Code, etc..

In the result of examinations it became clear that out of the crimes committed in the family 5 have been committed by mother, 10 – by father, 2 – by step father, 5 – by brother/sister, 23 – by son/daughter (including adopted), 99 – by husband, 5 – by wife, 4 – by grandson/granddaughter, 4 – by husband’s parents, 5 – by daughter-in-law/son-in-law.

At the observed period 249 people were found the affected party 12 of which were up to 12 years old, 1 – from 12 to 14, 16 – from 14 to 16, 4 – from 16 to 18, 94 – from 18 to 35, 122 – over 35.

31 criminal cases on 31 people with the bill of indictment were sent to court.

 

 


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