Divorce of a woman who jumped from a building due to domestic violence


Zhecheng County People’s Court issued a notice on July 25, 2020, saying that on June 5, Ms. Liu filed a case online and sued for divorce with dou. On July 14, Zhecheng County People’s court heard the case. According to Article 32 of China’s marriage law, “the people’s court shall conduct mediation in the trial of divorce cases; if the feelings have broken and mediation is invalid, divorce shall be granted.” Due to the great difference of opinions between the two parties, the court will no longer carry out mediation and the case will be sentenced on a selective basis.
Extended reading: court’s response to the woman’s failure to divorce due to domestic violence
The court responded to the woman’s beating up by a domestic violence and failed to divorce. A forenoon of a woman who was attacked by a domestic violence in Henan was arrested. On the morning of 24, a member of the Political Department of the Zhecheng County People’s court said that Miss Liu had not been divorced for a year because she had not filed a lawsuit against the court at the first time after being subjected to family violence. In accordance with the divorce proceedings, the parties concerned need to be mediated before the litigation. “Shangqiu Mediation has ended and the case is under trial.
Ms. Liu told Peng Pao that on June 8, she filed a divorce lawsuit with the local court; on July 14, after the court’s first hearing, the court said that the two sides had different opinions, and that they should mediate in private, and then make a decision together after the criminal judgment had the result. At present, the local court has contacted her to re submit the injury identification report and beat monitoring, and will make a divorce judgment as soon as possible. “There is no need for a second hearing, and a direct judgment.”
The above-mentioned staff said that at present, Ms. Liu’s divorce case and Dou’s intentional injury case are both tried by Zhecheng County People’s court. But for the specific progress of the case, the staff said it was not clear.
“There won’t be another court session. A verdict will be issued soon.” Ms Liu said.