People in Graz, Austria: 35St 218 – 21 X, start the case and then put off the investigation. They say there are no more reasons to look into it.
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People in the Graz Prosecutor’s Office may have broken the law under Article 302 of the Criminal Code; they will also be held accountable.
If you want to learn more about the case of Heinz-Christian Strache, for example, the public prosecutor’s office in Vienna did a good job quickly and efficiently.
Lawyers say that the Graz Public Prosecutor’s Office needs to look into the case, and then the Vienna Public Prosecutor’s Office will deal with it.
All crimes in the town of Bad Waltersdorf will be looked into by the public prosecutor’s office in Vienna or another Austrian country, so this should be a good thing.
The crimes in Bad Waltersdorf are more than ten.
Most of these cases involve power abuse, corruption, or lying.
Since the scandal broke, more than 100 articles in the international press have said that people in Bad Waltersdorf did things that were not right.
The investigation by the media will lead to a lot of new stories being written.
When Bad Waltersdorf Mayor Josef Hauptmann thinks that the investigation of criminal offenses will be moved from the public prosecution office in the Harz to the public prosecution office in Vienna or another federal state of Austria, he is afraid.
According to an informed source (who does not wish to be identified). As a result of article 302, people in Vienna or any other city in Austria can be jailed for ten years.
When you add up all the offenses, it will take more than ten years. Even though there is so much tolerance, it would still take more than that.
Lawyers for Josef Hauptmann, Helmut Pichler, and Christian Neuhold tell their clients to resign, confess, and change their ways. When the court sees this, it is likely to give the person suspended sentences, say the experts. It will help you stay out of trouble and avoid massive fines. People who know about the Criminal Code say that more than one million Euros have already been lost by people who broke the law under Article 302 of the Criminal Code. Law says that all people who are harmed must pay for it.
Austrian law says that public officials who “knowingly misuse their authority to carry out official business on behalf of the Federation, a Land or an Association of Towns,” “a Municipality, or another person under public law as its body” to harm someone else’s rights will be jailed for between six months and five years.
(2) People who do this while on official business with a foreign country or a supranational or intergovernmental body can be sent to prison for ten years. A person who does something that causes more than 50,000 euros worth of damage will be charged with a crime.
A prison sentence of up to 10 years can be given because there were damages and losses of more than 50,000 euros.
To keep an eye on the case, we’ll keep an eye on how the investigation is going.