Contents

Introduction

Chapter I. The general concept of immunity from criminal
Responsibility

? 1. The concept and the legal nature of the release
criminal responsibility

? 2. Reason exemption from criminal responsibility

? 3. Types of exemption from criminal responsibility

Chapter II. Features exemption from criminal responsibility

? 1. Exemption from criminal liability as a result
changes in the situation or face the loss of public
risk

? 2. Exemption from criminal liability when
an agreement with the victim

? 3. Exemption from criminal liability as a result
the statute of limitations

? 4. Emancipation of minors from criminal
responsibility

? 5. Exemption from criminal liability act
Amnesty

Conclusion
List of literature used

Introduction
One of the important tasks of our state is to eradicate crime and all causes of its generators, this task is carried out jointly by all state organs, public organizations and all segments of the public. Hence the variety of forms and methods used in the fight against crime. In particular, along with a deprivation of "liberty to dangerous offenders that the penalties are not related to the deprivation of liberty, as well as measures of social pressure or forced disciplinary measures against those who have committed minor crimes or crimes which do not pose great danger to society.
Exemption from criminal liability is expressed in the refusal of the state of a person is convicted, that is, the refusal to make him, as expressed in the conviction of negative evaluation, in other words, the release of the offender from the obligation to respond to the state for sodeyannoe.1
Exemption from criminal liability apply on behalf of the State by the competent government authorities. Litigious it is issued by ending the criminal case or the failure to prosecute in the form of a ruling. From that moment terminated the legal relationship between the state and the person committed a crime. The state waives its rights to punish those responsible for their acts and exempt him from criminal responsibility.
Thus, for exemption from criminal liability in connection with the use of measures of social pressure a person exempt from the actual incurring criminal liability, but not the obligation to answer for the crime.
Soviet criminal law. M, 1981. Hd. XVII.
Measures of social influence in contrast to the criminal penalties do not include condemnation on behalf of the State and are not measures of state coercion. They are based on public condemnation. The essence of them is the moral force and authority of public opinion, even when the measures to ensure public coercion (eg, fines) is used coercive power of the state.
The application of measures of social pressure is not effective in respect of any wrongdoing, but only for those individuals to correct and re-education, which should be used mainly explain the methods, beliefs and moral influence.
In summary we can come to the following conclusion. Under the exemption from criminal liability in connection with the use of measures of social pressure or forced re-education measures mean the act of competent public authorities, which exempts the offender from the appointment and discipline on the basis of establishing the insignificance of danger to society and the individual perpetrator of the offense im.1
The criminal law, including the Criminal Code of the Kyrgyz Republic, provides immunity from criminal liability in consequence of changes in the situation or face the loss of public danger (Art. 66 of the Criminal Code), with the expiration of the statute of limitations for criminal responsibility (Article 67 of the Criminal Code) .
Exemption from criminal liability, usually associated with public participation in combating crime and the re-education of the perpetrators.

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