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Implementation of the Principle of Humanism in the Institute of Exemption from Criminal Liability

Student: Anna Potemina

Supervisor: Sergei Murzakov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The study discusses the features of exemption from criminal liability under the Criminal code of the Russian Federation. It is noted that exemption from criminal liability is possible only if it does not contradict the principles of criminal law (article 3-7 of the criminal code). This institution of criminal law is not mandatory for the competent authorities. It is pointed out that the principles of the Russian criminal law, such as the principle of justice and the principle of humanism, largely affect the exemption from criminal liability, since it is the implementation of these principles that makes it possible to achieve the goals of the Criminal code of the Russian Federation.

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