Gloss to the Decision of the Supreme Court of 30 March 2016, I KZP 23/15 (OSNKW 2016, No. 5, Item 29)

Paweł Daniluk

Abstract


The paper contains critical commentary on the Supreme Court decision of 30 March 2016 (I KZP 23/15). The author proves that determining the generic identity of crimes with the method in concreto, i.e. through comparing legal interests violated or endangered as a result of concrete offensive deeds, should take place in certain cases, where we have to do with the crimes protecting two or more legal interests in an alternative or mixed way. In the remaining situations, the assessment of the objective similarity of crimes should be performed in abstracto, i.e. through comparing legal interests protected in particular types of crimes. Results of this method, important for the generic identity of crimes, will be identical with the method in concreto, but the former is more conducive to the judgment of the case without undue delay.


Keywords


similar offences; generic identity of crimes

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17951/sil.2016.25.4.247
Data publikacji: 2017-06-05 15:37:46
Data złożenia artykułu: 2017-01-02 15:42:20


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