The Development of Criminal Legislation in the Era OF Peter I (Views of P.S. Romashkin)
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Sushkova Yulia N. Dr. Sci. (Hist.), Associate Professor; Dean at the Law Faculty, Chair of the International and European Law Department
National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University
Saransk, Russian Federation
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Abstract:
The article examines the general trends in the development of criminal legislation of the era of Peter I (1682-1725), which was distinguished by numerous transformations in public administration, economics and military affairs. The author emphasizes that Peter I was an outstanding reformer not only in the field of general transformations, but also in the creation of new legislation, skillfully using it in the interests of his constructive activity. On issues of criminal and military criminal law, Peter I issued a huge number of decrees, orders, instructions, regulations and, in addition, two special codes - the Military Charter of 1716 and the Naval Charter of 1720. The author reviews the state legal views of corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences Professor P.S. Romashkin on the problems of the development of criminal legislation during the period under review.
How to Cite:
Sushkova Y.N., (2022), THE DEVELOPMENT OF CRIMINAL LEGISLATION IN THE ERA OF PETER I (VIEWS OF P.S. ROMASHKIN). Sociopolitical Sciences, 2: 33-39. DOI: 10.33693/2223-0092-2022-12-2-33-39
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Keywords:
the era of Peter I, criminal legislation, transformations, state-legal views, P.S. Romashkin.