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Chapter III. Circumstances which Exclude Criminal Liability

07.03.2019. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases, case No SKK- 105/2019 Legitimate self-defence and the assessment of the exceeding of its limits

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30.06.2016. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases, case No. SKK-296/2016 Eligibility conditions of necessary self-defence

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22.11.2013. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-528/2013 Separation of murder from necessary self-defence and apparent self-defence

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22.01.2013. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-19/2013 Necessary self-defence as a condition, which estops criminal procedure

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10.03.2010. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-134/2010 Admissibility of necessary self-defence

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23.09.2009. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-503/2009 An individual’s being in position of necessary self-defence

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14.09.2007. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-489/2007 Apparent self-defence, the same as necessary defence, is possible only if certain compulsory conditions exist. In case of necessary self-defence such condition would be real threat, and in case of apparent self-defence – actions, which are considered to be such threat. If a person with no reason has imagined that attack occurs, as victim’s actions and concrete circumstances of a case didn’t provide reason of that, then this person is responsible for harm caused intentionally on general grounds

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27.04.1999. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases, case No SKK- 125/1999 Pursuant to Article 31 (4) of the Criminal Law, causing negligent harm to a detained person is negligent

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