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Socio-criminological characteristics of the crimes committed against persons administering justice and preliminary investigation

I. N. Krapchatova ()

RSUH/RGGU BULLETIN. Series Economics. Management. Law, 2019

Abstract: This article is devoted to the socio-criminological characteristics of crimes committed against persons administering justice and preliminary investigation.The author analyzes features of justice as a criminal protected object in the context of their understanding in the current Criminal code of theRussian Federation. The status and dynamics of crimes against justice in general and against persons administering justice and preliminary investigation in particular are investigated оn the basis of the analysis of judicial statistics data. The author considers the quantitative indicators of 2015-2017 for the persons in respect of whom court decisions were taken in relevant criminal cases, and defines features of the punishment imposed on them. Also the article following the study of statistical data on the composition of the convicts on the reviewed articles, establishes their distinctive features, which are integral elements of the socio-criminological characteristics of such criminals. In conclusion, the author presents the inferences on the trends in the socio-criminological characteristics of crimes committed against persons administering justice and preliminary investigation revealed by the analysis of relevant data.

Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.28995/2073-6304-2018-3-103-124

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