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The defendant, who was defended by a lawyer, for his part said he stopped the vehicle and, seeing the complainant move his hands, got off the tourist and told him to cross without a bicycle, and then the complainant said ‘son of a bitch and he shit on his death, when it turned out that he was returning from the funeral of a relative’s funeral. He added that it is true that with two fingers hit the helmet in the area of the head, but not in the cheek.

The judge states that the part of the emergency doctor and the forensic report only reflect pain in the right side of the face after trauma, with no injuries in the second report. It also notes that the complainant ‘forgot’ in the police station to declare that in addition to the head he also received blows to the face and that his glasses were broken.

As there is only the evidence “contradictory versions,” the judge says, “the possible misdemeanour of maltreatment without injury has not been properly accredited,” and then point out that the fact of slightly hitting with the fingers the helmet could have lace in the old lack of unfair humiliation, now decriminalized.

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