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Kai kurie prekybos poveikiu sudėties aiškinimo aspektai principo nullum crimen sine lege kontekste.
Author s : Mickevičiūtė, Laura Abstract: Taking into consideration the amendments of Article of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Lithuania, the temporal rules of the criminal law, and the content of the principle nullum crimen sine lege no crime without lawthis article sber variantas the Lithuanian Supreme Court case-law, according to which the provision of the alleged influence feature in Article 2 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kai kurie prekybos has only been explained but not given a new feature of the corpus delicti of passive trading influence.
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