In Transcarpathia, the court sentenced a woman who had beaten a teacher in front of children

15 May 2015 09:02  2398911 099918
In Transcarpathia, the court sentenced a woman who had beaten a teacher in front of children

Beregovo district court, sentenced a 57-year resident of one of the villages in Beregovo district to two years imprisonment with a probationary period. This grandmother of one of the students last winter broke into the classroom and beat the teacher of foreign languages in front of students, the school principal and fellow teachers.
This unpleasant incident occurred in December 2014, in the village of Nyzhnya Remeta in Beregovo district. A 57-year-old woman, grandmother of an eight-grader, broke into the local school classroom.  Ignoring the presence of students and other teachers, the angry grandmother started beating the 25-year-old teacher of foreign languages. The reason was that the teacher allegedly had insulted her grandson.
The incident took place in front of the principal. The latter tried to calm the angry grandmother, but she would not react to the principal's remarks.
Beregovo police classified the actions of the woman under Part 3 of Article 296 (hooliganism) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
After completion of the investigation, the case was referred to the court. In the court, the accused fully admitted her guilt to the offense and assured the court that she regretted having committed the offense.
Having examined the criminal case, after hearing testimonies of all parties of the case, taking into account the characteristics of the accused and, in particular, the fact that it was her first offense, the court delivered its verdict. For beating the teacher, the resident of Beregovo was sentenced to two years imprisonment with the probationary period of one year.
The information of Beregovo District Police

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