Eidsivating court of appeal has acquitted a 47-year-old woman who was prosecuted for having brought her daughter in helpless condition, but judge her for the gross abuse of 13-year-old Angelica, who died new year's eve 2015, reports NRK.
According to the NRK put the right emphasis on the fact that it was a symbiotic relationship between mother and daughter "which obviously made it difficult for the defendant to take the parental control that a parent must take in a critical situation".
the Woman refused straffskyld also for gross abuse, but was also condemned for this.
the Court sentences her to eight months of conditional imprisonment, and her release, therefore, to zone. She is also ordered to pay 125 000 nok in compensation to the 13-åringens father.The defendant mother (47) refuse for gross abuse and neglect
the Woman's defender Asmund Olav Sandland says to NTB that the judgment is straightforward to live with.
- the Judgement is a radbrekking of both the indictment and of the judgment in the court of first instance. The judgment is very thorough and is quite far away from it as has been the prosecution's stance from the start, he says to NTB.
of Course, one would want a completely disputed this claim, but with the conclusion that have come, then there is a completely straightforward judgment, based on a comprehensive legal justification, " says Sandland.
In the court of appeal explained the woman herself about the details of the events in advance of that her daughter died, unlike in district court, where she not explained himself.
In 2017 had the main hearing in the district court, will be exposed because the woman got critical hypo and had to run to the hospital. The year after she ended also in the hospital, but the trial was ended after special adjustments were introduced for the woman, who was sentenced to three years in prison, a verdict she appealed almost immediately.
Prosecutor Arne Ingvald Dymbe let down a claim to three years of imprisonment in the court of appeal. In his procedure in the court of law he called it a unique case.
Angelica (13) was found dead in a cabin in Valdres 31. December 2015. The autopsy showed that she died of avmagring – possibly in combination with hypothermia.
She was several years in advance diagnosed with anorexia. The prosecutor, district attorney Arne Ingvald Dymbe, thought the mother deliberately escapes her daughter from the control and supervision from the public health service, among other things, by not to show up to the meetings, and provide the wrong address to the cabin.VALDRESSAKEN: Dagbladet reporter Ralf Lofstad was present in the Eidsivating court of appeal under the ankebehandlingen in Valdressaken. Video: Lars Eivind Bones / Dagbladet Show more Show more