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Larissa: A woman was convicted of domestic violence for punching her husband

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The man testified that a similar incident with his wife touching his face had also happened in the past, when they lived abroad

A total prison sentence of 21 months with a three-year suspension was imposed today Wednesday by the Three-member Misdemeanor Court of Larissa on a woman from Russia for the offenses of physical harm to a minor and an adult.

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The victim, the woman’s husband, described the details of the domestic incident that occurred yesterday afternoon in Larissa. As the man testified, yesterday afternoon he was taking care of their four-year-old daughter when the woman grabbed the child by the hair, lifted him up and then hit him on the body. A few hours later the woman got ready to leave the house and after her husband did not object, saying that his child was a priority, the woman first slapped him and then punched him.

The man also testified that a similar incident with his wife touching his face also happened in the past, when they lived abroad.

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“I wanted help”

The defendant gave her version of what happened yesterday to the court. The woman admitted that she hit her husband pointing out, however, that he also committed violence against her, while for her daughter she said that he did not grab her by the hair but by the collar of her clothes. The accused testified that she was trying to calm her daughter who is facing a health problem. She also pointed out that she is stressed and suffers from depression and that she has repeatedly asked her husband for help who has been unresponsive. She described a difficult situation at home and pointed out that both she and her husband needed help.

During the defendant’s plea, the president asked her husband if, since the woman is taking care of the child when he is well, they could seek help from a doctor. “He is a violent character. It’s not a matter of psychology,” replied the man.

Ultimately, the court sentenced the woman to a total prison sentence of 21 months suspended for three years for the acts of bodily harm to a minor and an adult.

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