Non-pecuniary damages are compensated in all ways when the harm is done by criminal offense for person’s health or for killing somebody. The legislator does not give the finite list of ways when non-pecuniary damages could be awarded. The right of decision is given to the court and it has to evaluate the circumstances in each particular case. Moreover, the court, while assessing the size of non-pecuniary damages, has to consider the after-effect of the harm done, the fault of the person who did this harm and his interest and other circumstances that are important to the case. On the other hand, if non-pecuniary damages are not rewarded for the person voluntarily, he (she) has a right to give a civil claim in criminal case. Honesty, justice and reasonableness are the most important criterions in evaluation for non-pecuniary damages.