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JUVENILE DELINQUENCY- CRIMINAL LIABILITY IN THE PENAL LAW IN THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

Daniela Roman
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Daniela Roman: Universitatea de Stat din Moldova

Law, Society & Organisations, 2018, issue 5 (2/2018), 87-90

Abstract: The theme of juvenile delinquency and its mechanisms is relevant because of the intense criminal character of this phenomenon, which seriously affects human interests; it endangers the fundamental values and norms recognized and accepted within a given community, preventing its functioning properly. Juvenile delinquency represents young people's violations and deviations from the rules of social cohabitation punishable by criminal law and is characterized by a series of distinct features that derive both from socio-economic and cultural conditions of the society and from the way the society perceives, sanctions and treats the offenses committed by minors.

Keywords: Juvenile delinquency; Criminal sanctions; Offenses committed by minors; Juvenile offenders (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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