The cost of a 20-year-old man from Aarhus three to four months unconditional imprisonment, that he left in march hosted against the two officers, while he cried, 'corona'.
It is the requirement from the senior prosecutor Kira Riechers from the public Prosecutor in Viborg.
the Vestre Landsret deals on Tuesday, the case of the 20-year-old man who 22. april was acquitted at the Court in Aarhus, violence or threats of violence against the two police officers.
the district Court found not to cough against a police officer can be characterised as violence or the threat of violence against officials.
the Man was sentenced to 30 days in jail – but it was for escape during transport to jail, not for hosteriet.
It got the public Prosecutor to appeal against the verdict with the requirements on the strengthening.
In the high court premises in Aarhus argues senioranklageren that the man is a total penalty of three to four months of unconditional imprisonment.
- I believe that, when defendants host against a cop at a short distance and at the same time regard to the corona, then it must be the nature of the threat of violence.
- There is a threat to the officer that the defendants intentionally transmit the infection, says Kira Riechers.
the Man appeared at a subsequent test not to be infected with the coronavirus.
He has himself explained, that he had a birthday and drunk three bottles of vodka, along with some friends.
He was arrested when the car he was a passenger in, was angled to the side on the night as part of a rutinetjek.
the Man has in the district court explained, that he was full and not thought anything with 'coronaråbet'.
He also explained that he did not remember to have hosted directly against the ushers.
Senioranklageren do not believe that you can just fob off the man's behaviour as a 'bad joke'.
One must also look at the situation in Denmark at that time, was, says the prosecutor.
- We were probably on the top of the smittekurven. At this point, it has not been for fun to joke with, to have the coronavirus, said Kira Riechers.
The defendants ' lawyer, Peter Secher, do not believe that one can consider a host as violence or a threat of violence.
He also argued that it is not a criminal offence to deliberately infect others with a flu-like illness as Covid-19.
It derives, he quotes from a more than 30 year old debate in the Danish Parliament, in 1988, repealed a law on sexual transmitted diseases
Man, it's all about, is not even present in court.
He has been serving his sentence of 30 days in jail for the escape.
When the prosecution and defence did not disagree on the course of events, if the parties have agreed that the matter can be dealt with by the high court without the husband's explanation.
the Court is expected to hand down judgment in the case Tuesday afternoon.