Kriminalinės bausmės tikslų aporija ir baudžiamoji politika Lietuvoje.
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The aim of this article is to reveal the theories on the goals of criminal penalty in the system of criminal justice of Lithuania. For the first there is discussed a theory of retribution. There is stated in the article, that such institutions of criminal justice as: the etical and legal authority of the state to make a sentences in the criminal cases; the blame in the criminal action; criminal justice as the equivalence between the blame and gravity of criminal action, are based on the retribution theory of the criminal penalty. All these institutions are implemented into the system of criminal justice of Lithuania. For the second, there are discussed in the article other theories about the goals of criminal penalty: the theory of resocialization and the theory of common and individual prevention. There is stated in the article that both these theories justifies the goal of protection of society from the crimes by adopting criminal penalty in the criminal justice system and are implemented into the system of criminal justice of Lithuania. There is stated in the article the conclusion that the conjuncted theory of the goals of criminal justice (both goals: the goal of retribution and the goal of protection of society) is implemented in the Lithuania criminal justice system.
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