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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Diliya Ponomareva
Criminal responsibility for the Neonaticide by Mother in Russian Criminal Law
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The relevance of this topic is determined both by the importance of human life to society itself and by the specifics of the victim, which affect the very sensitive aspects of social life. In the legal literature and public consciousness, the rule under Article 106 of the Criminal Code is assessed as being extremely socially significant. This particular type of crime is far from a new kind of act in domestic criminal law and continues to exist up to the present day. The purpose of this work is, first of all, in the study of the norms of criminal legislation on the killing of a newborn child by the mother; the study of criminal laws in their entirety which are relevant to this type of crime; identification of the main legislative gaps, problems and difficulties arising in the consummation of this act, as well as the proposal to improve existing legal standards. To achieve this goal, it will be necessary to solve the following tasks: 1) to trace the history of the development of legislation on the killing of a newborn child by the mother; 2) to explore different points of view and approaches to the problem under study; Consider the composition of the crime: the object, the subject, and their respective sides; to give a description of the composition of the crime and identify the main related problems; analyze existing jurisprudence on the topic; find commonalities and differences with related crimes, showing the complexity of the qualifications of the deeds. The structure of the work will be presented in the form of: introduction; the main part of the work, consisting of 3 chapters, which are divided into several paragraphs; and conclusions, where the main conclusions will be drawn at the end of the study with the list of sources used.

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