ISSUES OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR EXTORTION IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Keywords:subject, special subject, criminal liability, professional liability, act, special rule, medical personnel, first aid, negligence, law or special rules, person who should help the patient, acquittal, doctor, nurses, midwives, pharmacists, criminal acts, severe consequences.
Currently, criminal law, like all legal systems, cannot develop without taking
into account the experience of other countries and without adopting certain norms, rules or
institutions from their laws. Legislators of the CIS and Baltic countries, like the Republic
of Uzbekistan, followed the path of recognizing extortion as a crime against property.
Extortion, which is considered a criminal offense against property, is associated differently
with the elements of robbery of other people's property (first of all, robbery and invasion) in
the criminal laws of different countries, including the CIS republics. The main goal of this
scientific article is to analyze the concept of extortion crime, its signs and characteristics,
in addition, a comparative analysis of the crime of extortion with the criminal legislation
of foreign countries, scientifically based opinions and considerations are presented.
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