페이지 정보작성자 최고관리자 댓글 0건 조회 209회 작성일 19-02-02 16:18
A common crime defines one act, but often it is a combination of the two. Today, I will briefly examine the difference between blackmail and blackmail, and let's look at the conditions for establishing blackmail and the level of punishment.
Intimidation is a crime that takes monetary gain by giving fear to the other side through assault and intimidation. There can be not a monetary gain, but a threat to the opponent. In other words, it is easy to explain, to go to the public, to take the threat by threatening or intimidation, and to cooperate. There is no law against blackmailing blackmail, and blackmail and blackmail are both separate. However, because it is similar, there are many cases to talk like this.
Penalties for blackmail
A person who obtains property rights or obtains property benefits by publicizing a person pursuant to Article 350 of the Penal Code shall be liable to imprisonment for not more than 10 years or a fine not exceeding 20 million won.
In Article 293, a person who intimidates a person shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than 3 years or a fine, detention or fine of not more than 5 million won.
A more intimidating threat
As I mentioned above, there is no denunciation of blackmail threat, and it is classified as bullying. So what is the difference between 공갈죄 and intimidation?
A threat is a crime that occurs when a person warns him or her to do harm for the purpose of causing fear to the other person. That is, intimidation is a wider range of offenses, including blackmail.
Various types of intimidation Threats are classified according to type. If you intimidate only the other party, you will be sentenced to maximum 3 years imprisonment or a fine of up to 5 million won. However, in case of special threats such as co-ordination or intimidation of many people, the penalty will be increased up to 7 years and the fine up to 10 million won can be. If you intimidate your spouse or immediate family member, you may face up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to 7 million won. A blackmail threat is a case in which both of these sins are combined to take a monetary gain by doing something that is intended to frighten others.