By court verdict of April 22, 2006

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According to a court verdict of April 22, 2006, Sviderskaya was convicted under paragraph “c” of part 2 of article 240 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation to imprisonment for a term of 1.5 years with serving a sentence in a penal colony of general regime.
Previously, Sviderskoy was twice sentenced for serious crimes (both at the age of majority) to real imprisonment, and therefore, when determining the term of imprisonment and appointing a type of correctional institution, the court discussed the issue of whether Sviderskoy’s actions are particularly dangerous relapse. Given the fact that both previous convictions at the time the verdict was passed on April 22, 2006 were canceled, although not at the time of the commission of the crime under paragraph “c” of Article 240 of the Criminal Code, the court did not recognize the presence of Svidersky especially dangerous relapse.
Does this court decision comply with the legislative definition of the concept of “relapse of crimes” and the legal consequences of criminal law recognition of a person’s relapse (especially dangerous relapse) established by criminal law?
Expand the essential features of the concept of "relapse of crimes." What is the criminal law significance of recidivism?

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