Criminal law is a common part for the Test Client, OSI

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Criminal law is a common part for the Test Client, OSI Criminal law is a common part for the Test Client, OSI

1. At the time of the onset of criminal intent, ... intent.
2. Error in the identity of the victim:
3. Time spent in a psychiatric hospital at the time of serving a sentence:
4. Additional signs of a crime subject when a minor is involved in the commission of a crime by a parent (part 2, article 150 of the Criminal Code) are:
5. The term of repayment of conviction for those who committed a serious crime at a minor age is:
6. A weapon for the commission of a crime in case of robbery with the use of weapons (paragraph 2 of Article 162 of the Criminal Code) is:
7. Additional signs of the subject of the crime when committed by an official with the use of his official position smuggling (cl. B part 3 of article 188 of the Criminal Code) are:
8. The term for the repayment of convictions for those who committed particularly serious crimes at a minor age is:
9. Socially dangerous consequences in the objective side of the material composition of the crime act as:
10. The death of a person as a result of the commission of a crime is:
11. A person who commits a crime of medium gravity at a minor age shall be released from criminal liability if, from the date of its commission,
12. Insanity is characterized by ... criteria.
13. The place where the crime was committed in the case of water pollution committed on the territory of the reserve (part 2, article 250 of the Criminal Code) is:
14. Socially dangerous consequences in a crime with a formal composition are:
15. Juveniles convicted are arrested after they have reached the age of ... by the time they pass judgment.
16. Imaginary crime is an incorrect assessment of the person´s actions as:
17. The extension of the application of compulsory medical measures is carried out:
18. An insane court person:
19. Misrepresentation of a person about the legal consequences of a committed crime:
20. Criminal liability begins from the age of 14 for committing:
21. The method of committing a crime in the case of fraud - theft of someone else´s property by deceit (Part 1, Article 159 of the Criminal Code) is:
22. A severely impaired minor:
23. The division of intent into a specific (specific) and indefinite (non-specific) is possible in the case of ... intent.
24. Negligence is different from frivolity:
25. The time for the use of compulsory treatment in a psychiatric hospital is counted at the time of punishment at the rate of one day in a psychiatric hospital for ... deprivation of liberty.
26. The deprivation of liberty shall be imposed on minors convicted for up to ... years.
27. The distinction between direct and indirect intent is held in content:
28. The direct object of the crime is divided horizontally into three types:
29. The negligence law relates to:
30. A person who committed a particularly serious crime at a minor age shall be released from criminal liability if, from the date of its commission, the period has expired:
31. When imposing a penalty on a minor, the circumstances aggravating the punishment
32. The deprivation of liberty is served by female minors convicted in:
33. Forced medical measures ... punishment.
34. The victim in criminal law is:
35. A two-subject crime includes ... the objects of a crime.
36. Willed element in negligence:
37. When specifying a crime as part of a crime, the offense may be committed:
38. Punishment in the form of life imprisonment for minors committed a crime:
39. An optional immediate object is ... a corpus delicti.
40. Mistakenly mistaking a person for hunting game:
41. Convicted for crimes and requiring treatment of mental disorders that do not exclude sanity, the court, along with punishment, may prescribe a compulsory measure of a medical nature in the form of:
42. If a person did not foresee the possibility of the onset of socially dangerous consequences of his actions (inaction), although with the necessary care and foresight should and could foresee these consequences, this is:

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