CRIME, CRIMINAL LEGISLATION AND RESPONSIBILITY: GENERAL PROVISIONS OF CRIMINAL CODE OF UKRAINE, 2001: a training manual – 2nd Edition.

Authors

Authors

Vyacheslav Tulyakov
Eugene Streltsov
Eugene Polyansky
Elena Polishchuk

Synopsis

This textbook (manual) deals with up to date and debatable issues in the sphere of criminal liability. It includes generalized overview of crime issue, corpus delicti ant its elements, peculiarities of qualification and criminal liability individualization. Based on the provisions of Ukrainian criminal law and relevant aspects of common law countries criminal laws and judicial practice, and taking into consideration provisions of the European countries criminal laws and the European Court of Human Rights practice, this textbook reveals in a more detailed form the characteristics of corpus delicti, its elements and features, and their role in differentiating of criminal and non-criminal behavior. Special emphasis is given to issues of criminal policy, criminalization and the role of criminal legislation in combating crime, including aspects of harmonization with the ECHR practice. Contemporary status and perspectives of Ukrainian criminal policy further development are also analyzed herein. This textbook (manual) may be useful for all those interested in national and foreign criminal law issues and is fluent in English.

Author Biographies
Vyacheslav Tulyakov

National University “Odesa Academy of Law”

Eugene Streltsov

National University “Odesa Academy of Law”

Eugene Polyansky

National University “Odesa Academy of Law”

Elena Polishchuk

National University “Odesa Academy of Law”

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