Теоретико-правовая характеристика преступлений, совершаемых военнослужащими

  • Юрист, Министерствo обороны, Лейтенант юстиции, Самостоятельный соискатель, МВД Республики Узбекистан

DOI

https://doi.org/10.47689/2181-1415-vol5-iss4/S-pp143-153

Ключевые слова

военные / преступность / военнослужащие / военное преступление / этика / криминология / правовые акты / правонарушения / специфический / специальный / анализ

Аннотация

Данная статья представляет углубленный теоретический и юридический анализ преступлений, совершенных военнослужащими, рассматривая пересечение военного права и уголовного правосудия. Статья начинается с описания структуры систем военной юстиции, акцентируя внимание на специфических правовых стандартах и процессуальных нормах, применимых к военнослужащим в сравнении с гражданскими лицами. Исследование включает анализ различных категорий военных правонарушений, таких как неповиновение, дезертирство и недостойное поведение, а также рассматривает обычные преступления, включая насильственные действия и преступления против собственности, совершенные в военной среде. С использованием методологии сравнительного права авторы изучают подходы различных юрисдикций к решению вопросов военных преступлений, освещая вопросы баланса между поддержанием дисциплины и обеспечением справедливости. Теоретические взгляды из области криминологии и военной этики интегрированы для понимания мотивации военных преступлений и эффективности действующих правовых рамок в предотвращении такого поведения. В заключение статья оценивает последствия текущей военной юридической практики и предлагает рекомендации по ее реформированию для улучшения подотчетности и справедливости среди воинских чинов. Это исследование вносит вклад в дискуссию о военном праве, предоставляя полезную информацию для политиков, военных и ученых, заинтересованных в изучении взаимосвязи права, военных операций и преступности.

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Абдуганиев , У. 2024. Теоретико-правовая характеристика преступлений, совершаемых военнослужащими. Общество и инновации. 5, 4/S (апр. 2024), 143–153. DOI:https://doi.org/10.47689/2181-1415-vol5-iss4/S-pp143-153.