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Brigandage (Article 162, the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) as District from Robbery and Extortion

Student: Oksana Zheleznyakova

Supervisor: Sergei Murzakov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

This reserach dwells on the crimes against property in Russia. The author researches the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation and other applying laws. She also analyses different scientific sources, such as monographs and articles. On that basis he attempts to make a complete study on the brigandage in the criminal law. Considered in the research a number of substantial questions. First of all the author takes a close look at the brigandage, its signs and responsibility for this type of crime. The author also identifies and analyses difference of brigandage from a robbery and extortion.

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