Thesis. Beatings and torture of the Criminal Code. Protection 2005

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1. Introduction.

2. Crimes against public health;
2.1 Public danger of crimes against health;
2.2 Classification of crimes against health;
2.3 The concept of "injury";
2.4 The object and subject of crimes against health;
2.4.1 The concept of "health";
2.4.2 since the start (beginning of life) and end (death) of the criminal law protection of health;
2.4.3 Differentiation of crimes against public health and harm;
2.5 The objective side of crimes against health;
2.5.1 Crimes against health through action and inaction;
2.5.2 Causing harm to the victim of his own accord;
2.5.3 personal injury during a sporting event;
2.6 The subjective aspect of crimes against health;
2.7 The subject of crimes against health;
2.7.1 Sanity subject;
2.7.2 Age of the subject.

3. Beating;
3.1 The object of beatings;
3.2 The objective side of beatings;
3.2.1 The general concept;
3.2.2 Committing a crime by inflicting beatings;
3.2.3 Committing a crime by committing other violent acts that cause physical pain;
3.3 The subjective aspect of beatings;
3.4 The subject of beatings;
3.5 Symptom qualifying beatings (... of hooliganism (Part 2 of Article 116 of the Criminal Code)).

4. Torture;
4.1 Mental and physical violence at the torture;
4.2 The object of torture;
4.3 The objective aspect of torture;
4.3.1 The general concept;
4.3.3 Torture by committing other violent acts;
4.3.4 The ability to commit torture by omission;
4.4 The subjective aspect of torture;
4.5 The subject of torture;
4.6 Qualified kinds of torture;
4.6.1 Torture, committed against two or more persons
(Point "A" Part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code);
4.6.2 Torture, committed against a person or his relatives in connection with implementation of service activity or performance of public debt
(Paragraph "b" part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code);
4.6.3 Torture, committed against a woman known by the perpetrator to be pregnant
(Paragraph "B" part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code);
4.6.4 Torture, committed against a minor or a person known to the perpetrator in a helpless state or financially or otherwise dependent on the perpetrator, as well as the person kidnapped or seized as a hostage
(Paragraph "G" Part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code);
4.6.5 Torture committed by the use of torture
(Paragraph "D" part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code);
4.6.6 Torture committed by a group of individuals, group of persons by prior conspiracy, an organized group
(Paragraph "e" of Part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code);
4.6.7. Torture committed by self-employed
(Item "F" of Part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code);
4.6.8 Torture, committed by reason of national, racial or religious hatred or hostility
(Point "Z" Part 2 of Article 117 of the Criminal Code).

5. Conclusion.
6. References.
6.1 Normative-legal acts;
6.2 monographs;
6.3 Litigation;
6.4 Textbooks;
6.5 Scientific and practical commentary to the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation;
6.6 Other literature.


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