The article is devoted to the analysis of criminal liability for domestic violence. According to Article 126-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, domestic violence is defined as intentional systematic commission of physical, psychological or economic violence against a spouse or ex-spouse or another person with whom the perpetrator is (was) in a family or close relationship, leading to physical or psychological suffering, disorders health, disability, emotional dependence or deterioration of the victim’s quality of life.
In civilized democracies, the bar is an integral factor of the legal system and the main non-state institution for the protection of the individual, his rights and freedoms. In modern conditions, when the issue of effective reform of the legal system of the state, its approximation to European standards - the standards of countries with better legal awareness and legal culture, there are problematic issues of formation and development of legal aid as a guarantee of law and order in civil society in Ukraine.
The article is devoted to the analysis of sentencing in accordance with the provisions of the General Part of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Based on the analysis of the Criminal Code of Ukraine and the positions of scientists, it can be concluded that the court in sentencing should take into account the following provisions of the General Part of the Criminal Code of Ukraine: the provisions of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (Article 1 of the Criminal Code).
The article is devoted to the analysis of the issue of the identity of the criminal as an integral element of the forensic characterization of illegal privatization of state and collective property, the responsibility for which is provided by Art. 233 of the Criminal code of Ukraine. The opinion is substantiated that in order to build an effective forensic characterization, only those elements should be singled out that have a clear orientation and search orientation and can contribute to the determination of further directions of investigation.
The article deals with the problem of criminal offenses in the information sphere, in
particular new ways of criminal activity, called cybercrime. Against this background, research,
first of all, on foreign experience in solving the problem of preventing criminal offenses in the
informational sphere is currently quite a significant task for the national legal science.
Based on the research of the scientific positions of individual scientists and the analysis of
the current legislation of Ukraine, international legal acts conclude that Ukraine, in the form
In the article, on the basis of the analysis of normative legal acts, the grounds and
problems of compensation for material and non-pecuniary damage following a civil claim in
criminal proceedings are considered.