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《Journal of Guangxi Youth Leaders College》 2008-02
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Study on the Feasibility of Adding Non-Salvation-In-Danger into Criminal Law

PAN Yong-lu (Renmin University of China, Beijing 100872, China)  
It is feasible to add non-salvation-in-danger into the Criminal Legal System. Non-salvation-in-danger causes serious social consequences, which is the precondition of adding non-salvation-in-danger as a criminal law. And within the confines of the criminal law, it doesn't betray the humility principle. At the same time, essential moral obligation should function as an important obligation of non-salvation-in-danger. The relevant laws of China and foreign countries can be a legislation model of adding non-salvation-in-danger as a the criminal law for an example. The specific social conditions of China taken into account, the subject of the crime of non-salvation-in-danger is divided into three specific catagories.
【CateGory Index】: D924.3
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