Written by Ahmed Hosni
Friday, May 19, 2023 02:30 AM
A legal series presented by the Seventh Day to clarify many of the legal concepts that the citizen needs in all his legal dealings, and in the following points we reveal how the law addresses the use of animals to intimidate citizens?
The crime of bullying, intimidation and undermining the tranquility of citizens, is a disgraceful crime for which the penalty is up to 5 years, and the use of an animal in acts of bullying, as defined by the Penal Code, where Article 375 bis stipulates that, without prejudice to any harsher punishment contained in another text, he shall be punished with imprisonment for a period of not Less than one year for anyone who, by himself or through a third party, displays force, threatens or threatens or uses force against the victim, his spouse, or one of his ascendants or descendants, with the intent to intimidate him or intimidate him by causing him any material or moral harm, damaging his property, or robbing him of his money. Obtaining a benefit from him or influencing his will to impose power over him or compel him to do an act or compel him to abstain from it or to obstruct the implementation of laws or legislation or resist the authorities or prevent the implementation of judgments, orders or judicial procedures that must be executed or disturb security or public peace. Whenever such an act or threat is likely to instill terror in the victim, disturb his security, tranquility, or tranquility, or expose his life or safety to danger, or cause damage to some of his property or interests, or prejudice his personal freedom, honor, or prestige.
The penalty shall be imprisonment for a period of not less than two years and not exceeding five years if the act is committed by two or more persons, or if an animal is accompanied that causes panic, or if the carrier carries any weapons, sticks, machines, tools, incendiary, caustic, gaseous, narcotics, hypnotic or any other materials. Harmful, or if the act occurred on a female, or on a person who has not reached eighteen full Gregorian years.
In all cases, the convict shall be placed under police surveillance for a period equal to the term of the sentence.