Problematic Aspects of Juvenile Differentiation and Integration Responsibility in Public Law Branches
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Andryukhin Nikolay G. Cand. Sci. (Law), Associate Professor, Deputy Dean of the International Law Faculty
Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
Odintsovo, Russian Federation
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The article analyzes the current legislation, as well as theoretical and practical material accumulated by legal science and practice on the issues of minors legal responsibility in public law branches. On this basis, it is noted that in modern conditions, differentiated responsibility and punishment of juvenile offenders has particular importance in the fight against minors criminalization on the basis of taking into account the influence of their socio-psychological characteristics due to the age specifics on the degree of social danger of the individual and the acts committed by them. In modern conditions, many fundamentally new aspects of the differentiated minors’ responsibility have emerged, related to the implementation of a personal approach in public law branches from the standpoint of the legality and justice principles. In this regard, it is proposed to consider the prospects for the development of liability legislation not only by improving the institutions and norms of sectoral legislation, but also to see the integration potential at the suprasectoral level. Therefore, the issues of the quality of the current specialization state of public legal minors’ responsibility and its relationship with the sectoral differentiated juvenile responsibility in criminal and administrative legislation are investigated. The shortcomings of the intersectoral institutions and norms of juvenile legislation inconsistency are revealed, as well as proposals aimed at improving integration processes in the regulation of identity relations are made. Particular attention is paid to the gaps in the regulation of the minimum age of responsibility in public law sectors, the use of coercive measures of an educational nature, including the placement of a minor offender in a special closed educational institution. The article substantiates the proposal to expand the subject of legal regulation in criminal law and its sources in order to overcome defects in intersectoral public law regulation of juvenile liability.
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specialization responsibility, differentiated responsibility, juvenile offender, socially dangerous act, educational impact, public law branch.