Printing from Viber – valid evidence: case law

Criminal Law
Dyedov Yevheniy
21.09.2021
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       … Situation…

💁🏻‍♂️ The plaintiff appealed to the court, requesting, inter alia, to issue a restraining order urgently for 6 months, prohibiting her ex-husband from correspondence and telephone conversations, and in any way communicate or contact through other means of communication with her and the victim the child personally and through third parties.

❗️ In support of the claims, the plaintiff provided screenshots of messages from phone and tablet, printouts from Viber, which the court of first instance, agreed with the appellate court, considered appropriate and admissible evidence, examined by the courts together and which provided a proper legal assessment.

‼️ Having established that the content of specific phrases, vocabulary and the nature of the use of language used by the defendant in correspondence with his ex-wife and young son, gives grounds to conclude that his actions should be classified as DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE FORM OF PSYCHOLOGICALLY for his own safety and the safety of his relatives and harms the mental health of, in particular, the minor son of the parties, the court rightly forbids the ex-husband to correspond, telephone and in any way communicate or communicate through other means of communication with the plaintiff and the affected child personally and through third parties.