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Course Criminal-legal characteristics of bringing to suicide

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INTRODUCTION

1. HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE LEGAL ANALYSIS OF CRIMINAL LEGISLATION ON LIABILITY FOR INCITEMENT TO SUICIDE

1.1. History of the development of domestic criminal legislation on liability for incitement to suicide

1.2. Criminal liability for incitement to suicide under the legislation of foreign countries

2. THE CONCEPT AND SIGNS OF BRINGING TO SUICIDE UNDER THE CURRENT CRIMINAL LEGISLATION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

2.1. The object and objective side of bringing to suicide

2.2. The subject and the subjective side of bringing to suicide

CONCLUSION

THE LIST OF USED SOURCES AND LITERATURE

Relevance of the study. The State protects the human right to life by creating conditions for a decent and safe existence of citizens. The indirect result of the state's failure to provide for a person's basic social needs is suicide, i.e., the deliberate taking of one's own life.

This social phenomenon in our country has acquired the scale of a national epidemic. In terms of the number of suicides, Russia occupies one of the leading positions in the world-third place after Sri Lanka and Kazakhstan. According to the number of suicides of minors, the first place is taken: about 2,500 minors voluntarily part with their lives every year[1].

The subject of close study of doctors, especially psychiatrists, suicide became at the beginning of the XX century, when they tried to link it with a painful state of mind, bad heredity, alcohol and drug use. Other scholars have spoken of suicide as a defect of the whole society, not of individuals.

The norm of responsibility for bringing to suicide has been used quite rarely at all times. For example, in 1993-1996, the proportion of suicides was 0.3% of the total number of crimes against the person. However, from the mid-1990s to the present, the number of reported crimes has steadily increased. In 2000, 90 crimes were registered under Article 110 of the Criminal Code, 59 cases of which were completed by investigation; 56 persons who committed the crime were identified. In 2003, 141 crimes were registered, and in 2005-175. The figures show that the number of registered crimes under Article 110 of the Criminal Code has almost doubled in the last five years alone[2].

Thus, despite the small number of crimes registered under Article 110 of the Criminal Code, in the total mass of crimes against the person (less than a percent), this composition is in demand by the modern criminal legal system and its application in practice is not something exceptional.

The object of the study is public relations in the field of criminal law characteristics of incitement to suicide.

The subject of the study is the criminal-legal characteristics of incitement to suicide.

The purpose of the course work is to give a comprehensive criminal-legal description of driving to suicide, as well as to develop analytical skills of independent research work.

The purpose of the work determined a number of tasks:

  • To study the history of the development of domestic criminal legislation on liability for incitement to suicide;
  • To analyze the criminal liability for incitement to suicide under the legislation of foreign countries;
  • Consider the object and objective side of bringing to suicide;
  • To investigate the subject and the subjective side of bringing to suicide.

The theoretical basis of the research is the works of Russian and foreign processualists, historians, and lawyers.

The methodological basis of the research is the theory of knowledge, its universal method of materialistic dialectics.

Structure of the work. The course work consists of an introduction, two chapters divided into paragraphs, a conclusion and a list of sources and literature used.

Regulatory legal acts and other official sources

  1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (adopted at the third session of the UN General Assembly by Resolution 217 A (111) of 10.12.1948) / / Rossiyskaya Gazeta. 05.04.1995.
  2. Criminal code of the Russian Federation of 13 June 1996 № 63-FZ: passed by the state Duma on 24 may 1996, approved by the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on 5 June 1996 [as amended by Federal Law of the Russian Federation No. 92-FZ of May 19, 2010] / / Collection of Legislation of the Russian Federation. 1996. No. 25. St. 2954.
  3. Criminal Code of the RSFSR (approved by the Supreme Court of the RSFSR 27.10.1960) (ed. from 30.07.1996) / / Vedomosti VS RSFSR. 1960. No. 40. St. 591; NW RF. 05.08.1996. No. 32. St. 3843.
  4. Resolution of the Central Executive Committee of 01.06.1922 "On the introduction of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR" (together with the "Criminal Code of the RSFSR") / / SU RSFSR. 1922. No. 15. St. 153.
  5. Resolution of the Central Executive Committee of 11.11.1922 "On amendments and additions to the Criminal Code of the RSFSR" / / SU RSFSR. 1922. No. 72-73. St. 906.

Judicial practice

  1. Cassation ruling of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation in case No. 1-006-39. 2006 / / SPS Garant
  2. Judicial practice to the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. Moscow, 2011. 590 p.

Scientific literature

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  44. A total of 76 items

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