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Violence as a Means of Committing a Crime Under The Criminal Law of Russia and Uzbekistan

Student: Sergey Gorshenin

Supervisor: Sergei Murzakov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The current research is devoted to the criminal-legal understanding of the term "crime" in the comparative legal context: from the point of view of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Uzbekistan legal systems. The paper also investigates the joint history of the development of criminal law in the period of the USSR and its impact on the current state of some criminal law institutions. The author examines the social and legal signs of violence, calls the group of violent crimes in criminal law. The paper divides the types of violence into physical and mental. The author comes to the conclusion that violence as a way of committing a crime is familiar to the legislation of both countries, including mentioned in many crimes.

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