10 Jan Offenses Covered By Mediation
No. 253 of law 5271. in the crimes mentioned in the first paragraph of the article, an attempt is made to reconcile the suspect, defendant, child dragged into the crime and the victim or natural person or private legal entity damaged by the crime.
– An attempt is made to reconcile the upper limit in crimes requiring imprisonment or a judicial fine not exceeding 3 years, provided that the victim or the victim of the crime is a natural or private legal entity in terms of children who are dragged into the crime.
– Except for those whose investigation and prosecution are related to the complaint; in order to go down the path of reconciliation with respect to crimes contained in other laws, there must be a clear provision in the law.
– Even if its investigation and prosecution depends on the complaint, crimes against sexual immunity cannot be reconciled.
– If a crime covered by a suspect or defendant is committed together with another crime not covered by this, the path of reconciliation cannot be taken.
86 Intentional Wounding (3. Except clause)
89 Stab Wounds
106 as of his assets, he will suffer a large loss
or threaten to bet that some other evil will be done.
116 violation of housing immunity
117/1 violation of freedom of work and work
123 disturbing the peace and quiet of people
132 breach of confidentiality of Communications
133 listening and recording conversations between people
134 privacy violation
146 Theft Of Use
156 using a free ticker
159 fraud claims based on a legal relationship
processing for collection purposes
160 items lost or seized as a result of an error
167 against assets “excluding looting and skilled looting
Crimes ” in the rights of the crimes under the title of separation of one of the spouses, one of the brothers living together in the same residence, living together in the same residence uncle, uncle, aunt, aunt, nephew or second degree Beech is committed to the detriment of his relatives
209 misuse of exposed signature
233/1 breach of obligation arising from family law
Abduction and detention of 234 children
239 trade secrets, banking secrets or customer secrets
disclosure of information or documents (4. except clause)
341 insults against foreign state flag
5271 P. K. m. 253/1-c real or private of the victim or the victim of the crime
in addition, crimes requiring imprisonment or a judicial fine not exceeding the upper limit of three years in respect of children who are dragged into a crime, provided that they are a legal entity