Skoči na glavni sadržaj

Pregledni rad

Legal gap and/or lack of analysis of criminal offenses against the Croatian Armed Forces

Ivan Trlin orcid id ; University of Zagreb Military Studies Program cadet
Dijana Gracin orcid id ; Dr. Franjo Tuđman Croatian Defence Academy, Zagreb, Croatia

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 217 Kb

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preuzimanja: 54



Criminal offences committed against the Croatian Armed Forces constitute a special chapter of the Criminal Code, which consists of a total of 23 criminal offences. The specificity of these criminal acts lies in the possible circle of perpetrators and the conditioned state when the acts can be committed – a state of war or of immediate threat. This paper examines the available literature on the subject and analyses in detail the current state of affairs for the relevant chapter of the Criminal Code. The mentioned topic is not represented by other authors of criminal justice topics due to the low representation of the aforementioned criminal acts, as well as the underrepresentation of filed criminal reports concerning criminal offences from Chapter 34 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Croatia. The paper provides an overview of criminal offences against the armed forces using the examples of Slovenia, Serbia, Hungary, Germany, and the USA. This paper is product of authors’ efforts to investigate the topic and provide core basis for future research.

Ključne riječi

criminal acts, armed forces, Croatian armed forces, analysis, Criminal Code, comparative review

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Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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