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Grounds and Limits of Criminal Liability for Preliminary Criminal Activity

Student: Egor Turutin

Supervisor: Sergei Murzakov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

ANNOTATION For the final qualification work The topic of the final qualification work: "The grounds and limits of criminal liability for preliminary criminal activity". The work consists of an introduction, two chapters divided into paragraphs, a conclusion and a bibliographic list. The division of the material is determined by the set goal and the tasks to be solved. In the introduction, the relevance of the topic is justified, a hypothesis is put forward, and important structural elements are identified: the object and subject of the study, tasks and goals. The first chapter consists of three paragraphs and has a theoretical and methodological character. The first chapter defines the essence of the institution of preliminary criminal activity. Moreover, the main differences between the completed and unfinished crimes, as well as the characteristics of the qualification of this institution, are highlighted. The second chapter consists of three paragraphs and is of a multi-directional nature. Since the author identifies a number of problems related to the institution of preliminary criminal activity, this chapter offers solutions to the problems posed, as well as considers judicial practice, in order to identify the grounds and limits of preliminary criminal activity. In conclusion, the analyzed material is summarized from the point of view of the implementation of goals and objectives, the main conclusions that were achieved in the work are given. The total volume of the work, including the list of used literature: 58 pages.

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