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《Journal of Hunan University(Social Science)》 2005-01
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Analysis of Criminal Responsibilities of Seeing Someone in Mortal Danger without Saving Him

SUN Chang-jun,ZHANG Hui-hua (Law School, Hunan University,Changsha 410082, China)  
The criminal responsibilities of seeing someone in mortal danger without rescue would be ascertained from two aspects: the obligations of people seeing someone in mortal danger without saving him, causalities between the failure to act and the victim's death. If people seeing someone in mortal danger without saving him have obligations with law, job or vocational and obligation resulting from before behaviors or reliance and expect from victim's seeking help, the formed obligations for upholding the social inherent orders. But without doing, people bear criminal responsibilities. Owing to the causality difference between failure to act and the extent of injury in the different circumstance, we convict them of a murder crime or a no-saving crime.
【CateGory Index】: D914
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